Opportunities to Engage


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WEBINAR: How to Build a Thriving Food Economy in Alameda County


On October 15th at 3:00 PM PDT, DSAL and ASCO will host a webinar featuring the author of the Alameda County Circular Food Economy, Maryruth Belsey Priebe and other guests who will discuss how access to job opportunities and healthy food are critical elements of addressing issues of poverty such as food insecurity and income inequality.


Read the full report, and stay tuned as we work with our partners to make the Circular Food Economy a reality.



DSAL Recreation: Virtual PE


Available to students from Castro Valley Unified School District, San Lorenzo Unified School District, and Hayward Unified School District. Classes include soccer, dance, boxing, and fitness for elementary, middle school, and high school students.



Paid Meal Vendor Opportunities


We are looking for small business food vendors partners, to help produce prepared meals for home-bound seniors, vulnerable patients, and families experiencing food insecurity as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Each selected vendor will receive $15,000 to cover costs associated with preparing meals. Get details and apply through this link.



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