Tri-City Volunteers

To eliminate hunger and promote financial self-sufficiency in Alameda County, by distributing food and providing volunteer opportunities

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About Tri-City Volunteers

TCV Food Bank and Thrift Store is a non-profit organization that provides food assistance and low cost clothing and household items to the residents of Alameda County. We are the largest client-direct food bank in the area. We serve up to 16,000 individuals EVERY MONTH through our marketplace and bag lunch programs. With a staff of 6, a volunteer force of almost 1,900, and a budget that barely breaks $600,000, we are extremely efficient in distributing over 6 million pounds of food annually.

We serve all low-income residents of Alameda County. Many of our clients come from migrant families, are under-employed, or are facing unemployment due to disability, a lack of relevant work skills, or other barriers.

We receive surplus food items from the US Government and Alameda County. Our fresh produce comes from local farmers and businesses. We rescue food from local businesses and grocery stores by picking up day old bread and baked goods, or other food items that did not sell by their “prime date”. All of our food is good – we refuse any expired or spoiled items.

Tri-City Volunteers reviews

Noralys Chavez

Who wouldn't feel honored volunteering in an area surrounded by devoted employees who put their time and effort toward showing true sincerity and dedication in all that they do!? So glad I'm a part of the team!

Daisy Soriano

Loved our first time to volunteer at Tri-City. Veronica who registered us was so friendly and helpful. Would definitely volunteer again.

Randy Eldridge

Great place great programs cool store. Great place to drop off donations and volunteer.

Angelina Gonzales

Love love there thrift store they have next to the food bank.. I volunteer from time to time there. It's a good place to look for items.

Herschel Patel

Food bank for anyone, it's a marketplace style. People come in and grab food products up to a maximum amount of each type. They are always in need of volunteers to monitor and help people take the food to their car, which is what I did. It's a truly fulfilling feeling helping families get nutritional food when they normally can't afford it

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Tri-City Volunteers contacts

37350 Joseph St
Fremont, CA 94536
b/t Peralta Blvd & Gillett Rd

Mon - Thu: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Fri: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

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