Community Non-Profit Partners

East Bay Church Non-profit Partners

2023 Non-profit Partners

FACES of the East Bay –

FACES uses art, culture, education, and spirituality to promote programs and services that empower and uplift the lives of individuals and families. FACES addresses the concerns and issues of the dynamic multicultural East Bay community by encouraging citizens to be actively engaged in creating harmonious urban environments that improve the lives of all people.

Youth Spirit Artworks –

Youth Spirit Artworks (YSA) is an interfaith art jobs and job training program located in Berkeley, California which is committed to empowering homeless and low-income San Francisco Bay Area young people, ages 16-25. YSA was founded in 2007, as a response to the enormous employment challenges of older homeless and low-income youth. The mission of Youth Spirit Artworks is to use art jobs and jobs training to empower and transform the lives of youth, giving young people the skills, experience, and self-confidence needed to meet their full potential.

To learn more about the YSA Mentoring program visit

Alameda Community Food Bank –

The Alameda County Community Food Bank is a non-profit organization that supplies food to 275 Alameda County, California agencies including food pantries, soup kitchens, child-care and senior centers, and after-school programs, provides an emergency food helpline, teaches nutrition and hunger education, and conducts outreach about California’s food stamps program CalFresh. Located in Oakland, California, the food bank distributes enough food for 300,000 meals weekly.

Abundant Blessings, East Bay –

Over the past 10 years, Abundant Blessings (formerly known as The Hood Samaritans) has provided water, food, inspirational magazines and literature, as well as environmental response supplies to the growing population of Homeless Individuals in Oakland California and the surrounding areas. This collaborative effort currently provides over 100,000 pounds of food & supplies annually to the Greater Oakland/ East Bay communities.


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