Volunteers are needed to stock and distribute groceries to clients in need.  There are also opportunities to pray with the recipients.  In additon, there is a need for donations of non-perishable food items, dry goods, toiletries, school supplies and infant care items.

When: Wednesday 10:00 am-3:00 pm/Thursday 4:00 pm-6:30 pm/Friday 10:00 am-3:00 pm/Saturday 11:00 am-12:30 pm

Where: The Well Community Outreach Center, 2333 Nissen Dr., Livermore

Contact: Stephanie Williams, director or (925) 292-7815

City Serve Coordinator: Carolyn Wetmore or (925) 487-0036


As of November 1, if the weather forecast is for greater than a 20% chance of rain or the temperature is 45 degrees or less, the Refuge will be open for homeless guests to spend the night (if there are enough volunteers to staff the site). You can help make sure the Refuge is open!

Volunteers will be needed for varying shifts, 6:00 PM - 7:30 AM. Volunteers must be over 18 years of age. Complete the volunteer information form at www.livermorehomelessrefuge.org.

When: beginning November 1 (depending on weather)

Where: rotates among 4 Livermore churches

Contact:  For more information, call (925) 895-4167



When:             Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8:00am-9:00am


Where:           St. Bartholomew’s Church   678 Enos Way


Contact:          447-3289


There is a real need for an evening support group for those underemployed or unemployed in Livermore. Gene Nokes, a certified career coach who for many years has led  Job Links (a faith based community formed to assist job seekers to find meaningful work), is available to provide training and support. Check Gene's website:www.linkedin.com/in/genenokes

Contact:  Gene Nokes or (510) 821-1726.


Are you raising a relative's child?

Lincoln-  Kinship Support Services Program provides free services to kinship families-families in which a child is being raised by his or her relatives.  Our goal is to support our families in any way possible to ensure that the child stays with a relative caregiver versus entering the foster care system.

These services include case management, advocacy and referral to a wide range of services, free workshops and classes based on our kin families needs and interests, support groups for both caregivers and youth, free "Caregiver Night Out" and family events, 24 hour helpline for immediate resource referral (510-421-6861), free homework help and academic support, free weekend recreation activities for children and youth, Aviator Program which is a teen leadership program, Kin Connect which is a youth mentoring program.

We serve Alameda County families including Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton.  General information about the program call (510) 273-4700 ext. 2000

                   Where:    Lincoln, 111 Review Way, Suite 200, Hayward

                  Contact:  Christina Cuenca, Community Outreach Coordinator, (510) 273-4700 ext. 2027


This monthly meeting of non-profits, churches, school representatives and agencies focuses on working together to meet Livermore and Tri-Valley human service needs.

When: 9:30-11:00 AM- see contact

Where: Livermore Multi-Service Center, 3311 Pacific Ave., Livermore

Contact: Chris Wilson for information


This organization is focused on the Tri-Valley homeless.  Shelter is provided in inclement weather in winter/spring months (Nov-April).  Services such as showers, clothing are provided year round.

Where: 4743 East Avenue, Livermore

Visit our website at: www.livermorehomelessrefuge.org

Contact: Bob and Donna McKenzie or 925-443-7389/Donna's cell 925-895-4167 

CityServe Coordinator: Don Prescott or (650) 333-7376


The Tri-Valley Haven provides a mobile food pantry service to seniors in Livermore. Recipients must be pre-registered to receive a bag of groceries. Proof of residency must also be provided. The bag of groceries consists of canned and bagged staples.

When: Deliveries are made on the 3rd Friday of the month

Where: Arbor Vista from 9:30-10:00 am & Vineyard Villas from 10:15-10:45 am

Contact:  Tri-Valley Haven Food Pantry Coordinator, John Stuefloten @ 449-1664


LPRC is committed to assisting couples facing needs due to unplanned pregnancy. All services are free and confidential. Training is provided for those volunteering as counselors or parenting facilitators. Other needs include prayer team, church liaison, or help for special events or community outreach.

Where: 4200 East Avenue, Suite 104, Livermore | (925) 447-1111

Visit our website at: www.livermoreprc.org

Contact : Tina Harrell, Director

CityServe Coordinator: Cory Hudson or (925) 455-4250


Providing non-perishable items for  Marilyn School children and families

When:             Contact school for distribution times

Where:           800 Marilyn Ave., Livermore

Contact:          606-4724