The statewide eviction moratorium may have ended September 30, but assistance continues to be available to East Bay residents who are struggling
Do you want to work at an organization that makes a difference every day in our local community? If so, Catholic Charities
Do you or someone you know need assistance getting fresh and non-perishable food items? If so, stop by our Richmond campus every second Tuesday of the month from 10 a.m. to noon to pick up a bag or two of fresh produce along with non-perishable items. The distribution site is located at 217 Harbour Way. All are welcome.
Since the pandemic began, Catholic Charities East Bay has distributed approximately 334,000 pounds of food to local families. And even though many people have gone back to work, food insecurity continues for many families.
The food distribution is a collaboration between Catholic Charities East Bay, St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa and the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano.
people received essential services, including food, rent, visa cards for necessities, training, counseling and case management
housing assistance distributed to vulnerable East Bay families facing homelessness
pounds of food distributed to food insecure families
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