For those who are healthy and want to do hands-on work, there are plenty of opportunities. Organizations are also in need of funding to serve people during this health crisis, so give as generously as you are able.

Hands-on Volunteer Options

Volunteer at the Alameda County Food Bank

Deliver food to homebound seniors through Meals on Wheels

Help to prepare and distribute sack lunches at St. Vincent de Paul

To volunteer with Food Shift, contact

Help Nyingma Buddhist Institute deliver veggie boxes to homebound seniors. Look down their list here.

Find volunteer options statewide

Refer someone else for CalFresh

Volunteer options from Rooting in Resilience

Food For the People cooks and delivers healthy meals to homeless North Berkeley neighbors once a month. To help, contact Valerie.

Help by Donating Funds

Alameda County Food Bank

SOS Meals on Wheels

St. Vincent de Paul

Endless West, makers of molecular wine and spirits now now making hand sanitizer

Organizations to support, from Rooting in Resilience

Eat Real’s campaign to provide weekend school lunches and other emergency food services