Whether it's feeding the hungry, providing low-cost clothing, furniture and household items, educating individuals and families about how to make their lives more secure, or training our next generation of competent workers and community leaders, you can be confident that Tri-City Volunteers food bank and thrift store is making a profound difference in our community.
“We are the largest client direct food bank in Alameda County. In FY 2012-2013, we distributed over six million pounds of food with a value of $8.5 million to 6,079 families -- on an operating budget of $660,000. How’s that for efficiency?”
-Laura Loveless, Board of Directors
One of the best ways to support our work is by making a financial gift. Donate using Pay Pal or learn about other ways to donate funds.
We welcome urban farmers who harvest backyard fruits and vegetables, as well as motivated business people, including local bakers.
Drop in your clean and gently used clothing, shoes and fashion accessories to Tri-City Volunteers thrift store.
Tri-City Volunteers thrift store accepts quality furniture in good condition.
Our partner, Auction City, arranges free pickup, handles DMV paperwork, auctions the vehicle, and distributes the net proceeds to us.