Some actions are requests for funds, because this season doesn't allow us to invest with our bodies and time. Some actions position us as servants of the servants of the community, where we do work to sustain their work.
All of these actions have been specifically requested by partners we trust. We entrust their needs to you.
Crossroads High School for Teen Moms in Concord is in need of volunteers on Friday November 20th from 9:00AM - 11:30AM!
Volunteer needs include helping with general facility repairs and small projects on Saturday, Nov. 21 from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM.
Come join us in providing a shopping day for our vulnerable neighbors on Dec. 11-12!
Who loves organizing food pantries?! We have minor DIY projects as well on Monday, November 23rd at 10am - 1pm.
Support Harbor House families this Christmas by purchasing an item from our wish list!
These gifts will help provide food and other necessities this holiday season.
Christmas food never tasted better in these times - let's share it with families in need on Dec. 16 and 17.
Our two-acre urban farm has always relied on volunteer labor to accomplish all our food production goals and maintain the great diversity!
We would love some company in tending to our gardens so they can stay healthy and continue to bear fruits and vegetables.
Join hundreds of volunteers and help students with math & reading. No experience necessary! Your help is especially important this season!
We would love to have support from volunteers who are able to assist with food distribution.
Do you need plants or gardening supplies? Help create jobs & training...
We are currently in need of sponsored meals for our houseless youth. Our staff could use the break!
We are currently in need of handmade masks for our houseless youth. Do you create or have any to give?
Did you know that you can shop for your groceries while creating jobs for youth?
If you're local near the OPC, please help us expand our community garden and living food pantry as food needs in our neighborhood increase!
The vast majority of our families have lost their jobs due to coronavirus closures. Do you have any essential household or pantry items to give?
We have set up an Emergency Fund for Newcomer Families, for the vast majority of our families have lost their jobs due to coronavirus closures.
We facilitate English as a second language programs and coordinate volunteers to minister to youth at Juvenile Hall in Oakland. We are trying to support families with basic needs, especially with bills.
We facilitate English as a second language programs and coordinate volunteers to minister to youth at Juvenile Hall in Oakland. Would you help support families by giving them gift cards to local stores?
With schools closed in the Bay Area this fall, we hope to offer Virtual Tutoring for the students in our neighborhood. Together, the tutor and the child decide what area of academics they want to focus on!
Our weeds have not done a good job of sheltering in place! We need volunteers who are willing to help weed and tend our garden. Would you spend 1-2 hours during the week to help us?
Discover the unique way you can care for a child in the foster care system. Interest Meetings provide a low-pressure, no commitment opportunity for you to learn more.
We have a waitlist of families who need beds, furniture and essentials. Would you be willing to help furnish our families’ homes?
We are hoping to provide Berkeley Homeless Navigation Center with baskets of items as “starter kits” for people moving from homelessness to homes.
Donating directly to us is the quickest way to serve our families right now. Would you help furnish homes of families transitioning out of homelessness or crisis?
Our families need support in meeting some basic needs! Crossroads High School empowers students - pregnant and parenting teens - to break the cycles of teen pregnancy, poverty, violence, and abuse.
Our young families are in need of baby items. Crossroads High School empowers students - pregnant and parenting teens - to break the cycles of teen pregnancy, poverty, violence, and abuse.
Our center teaches women to become self-sufficient by addressing their spiritual, educational, vocational and psychological needs. Join us in gardening and sorting clothes!
We’ve reopened a limited number of volunteer shifts and invite you to join us in cleaning and beautifying our community’s streets.
The men and women in our programs would love to be reminded that they are not forgotten - that someone is praying for them, thinking of them, and on their side.
Demand for our services has risen with 100+ people (450+ total) and our staff - many of whom have graduated from Cityteam’s program - need resources.
Donations directly support our work defending the rights of low-income and immigrant communities as we provide expert legal representation free of charge.
We've created an Amazon Wish List of items that we would need to keep our clients and staff safe and well at this time.
Calling all coffee lovers! We employ refugees and operate purely on revenue made through our cafes. Purchasing our coffee will help us maintain our revenue!
We are shifting dining operations outside for adults who are homeless in Walnut Creek and Contra Costa County. And people need to stay hydrated!
Parents need you! In preparation for distance learning, help create recorded webinars on various topics and tutorial videos for our children.
Shepherd’s Gate meets the holistic needs of women and children suffering from homelessness, addiction, and domestic violence. We are seeking donations to our Children's Program.
The Fund covers emergencies when immigrants have no safety net on top of recent unemployment due to COVID. Translation: they need community.