Great Plates programs in the SF Bay Area contact information:
Listings for the entire State of California can be found at https://www.greatplates.org/sign-up
Oakland Great Plates Program
Community members have created several community fridges where people can donate or get what they need in Oakland, locations include:
59th Street & Marshall
44th Street & Telegraph
West Grand & San Pablo
28th Street & Peralta
26th Street & Peralta
16th Street & West
14th Street & Peralta
10th & Mandela
Broadway & 15th Street (in plaza)
10th Street & Oak
Bartlett & Deering
Fruitvale & East 15th Street
76th Avenue & MacArthur
For more information firstname.lastname@example.org
CalFresh, known federally as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP, provides monthly food benefits to individuals and families with low-income and provides economic benefits to communities.
CalFresh Benefits Helpline
AHS Patients can get assistance in CalFresh Applications/Renewals at Membership Services.
CalFresh Application (English)
Application in Hmong Daim Ntawv Thov Nyiaj Muas Noj
Application in Mien Food Stamp Nyei Formh
Application in Tagalog Aplikasyon Para sa Food Stamp
To qualify for WIC, you must meet income guidelines (PDF) and be in any of the categories below:
You may qualify if you receive Medi-Cal, CalWORKs (TANF) or CalFresh (SNAP) benefits.Babies and children cared for by their fathers, other guardians, or foster parents are also eligible.
Working families and migrant families are also welcome to apply.
Use the WIC eligibility assessment tool on WIC mobile to see if you qualify
Set up an appointment at a WIC local agency near you! Visit our mobile-friendly website at m.wic.ca.gov to find a WIC local agency site near you.
East Oakland Collective Offering supplies and food for seniors, unhoused folks, people with compromised immune systems. Please contact EOC for availability of supplies and food at 510-990-0775 or email@example.com
East Bay Disabled Folks COVID19 Support Request Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc7LLhYN243k6xFlmQH26lAN9EoRXgEQGrghbqL8Ttc1K8YNA/viewform
SOS Meals on Wheels (https://www.sosmow.org/home). To inquire about meal delivery service in Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro, or San Lorenzo, call Deborah Kuehner at 510-582-1263, ext. 114. And for meal delivery service in Oakland, call Kathy Gonzales at 510-582-1263, ext. 101.
Trybe is organizing volunteers to do food drop-offs in Oakland. Requests can only be made online: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdSKD9K8xfhSo5TV4mmGhJZohnQdOna_RZMwoDVtYYa823IBA/viewform and by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All children in Oakland – 18 years old and younger – and students in OUSD’s Young Adult Program can receive free meals.
There are two ways to receive this food: (1) Free Home Delivery, or (2) Pick Up
(1) Free Home Delivery
To support families who can not go to our food hubs because they are supporting students during distance learning, OUSD families living in Oakland will be able to sign up for weekly home delivery of OUSD meals. Once enrolled, families will receive:
An OUSD student and any of their siblings (18 years old and younger) who live in the same household are eligible for meal delivery. At least one child in the household must attend an OUSD school.
To sign up, you will need the OUSD ID number of at least one child in the household. Most students know their ID number. The ID number is the student’s lunch number and their technology password during distance learning. If you do not know your child’s ID number, contact your school site.
Families can enroll directly by filling out one of these google forms:
If a family has an issue, needs to change or cancel their meal service, we ask that they please complete this change form.
(2) Pick Up
Meals are available at 13 locations throughout the city. Families no longer have to prove their students attend District-run schools. Students attending charter schools, private schools, or homeschooled are all eligible. Pick Up days are Mondays and Thursdays, between 8am and 1pm. Please note:
Multiple days worth of food can be picked up at once. (Three meals for each weekday, and two meals for each weekend day.)
Meal Pick Up Locations starting in 2021:
Oakland At Risk can match people over with a low-risk volunteer who lives in your community and wants to help you by getting groceries, picking up prescriptions, and checking in every couple of days.
NOTE: AT THIS TIME THEY ARE ALSO ACCEPTING PIEDMONT, SAN LEANDRO, AND ALAMEDA RESIDENTS.
Thank you — Krista and Paige
Need help signing up?
District 7 – 786-474-5600 OR 415-283-9173
AHS is partnering with Alameda County Food Bank in providing monthly food distribution to our community members. Please read and follow the rules below.
Thank you for coming to our food distribution. To promote a positive experience for all we kindly want to remind you of the following:
Food Distribution Flyers