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Put knowledge and learning to practical use by serving in the community

  • Share some Thanksgiving and Christmas cheer! Check out Pendo's Power, Project Angel Tree, and Spectrum Ministries on our Events Page for details on how donations help.
  • Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity: You don't need to swing a hammer to volunteer with HfH. A little less known is their Playhouse program. Help paint, draw, glue, create a little house for a child.
  • Support Oakland CityTeam with Their Mobile Food Pantry: In partnership with SAP, the San Jose Sharks Foundation, and the Alameda County Food Bank CityTeam, Oakland will be opening more Mobile Food Pantries in Alameda County. Volunteers are needed to help host current and future pantries. Tasks include: unloading supplies, making food bags, registering guests, passing out food to community members, and cleaning up. Contact Teddy Feldmann, Tfeldmann@cityteam.org for more information.

Support Oakland CityTeam with Their Mobile Food Pantry

In partnership with SAP, the San Jose Sharks Foundation, and the Alameda County Food Bank CityTeam Oakland will be opening more Mobile Food Pantries in Alameda County.

Volunteers are needed to help host both current and future pantries. Volunteers will help set up and run the events. The tasks will include: unloading supplies, making food bags, registering guests, passing out food to community members, and cleaning up.

Times and locations of existing pantries that need volunteers:

  1. 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 2:30pm to 5:30pm, 98 Schuylkill Ave, Hayward
  2. 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, 11:00am-2:00pm, 1801 - Adeline St. Oakland

Contact Teddy Feldmann, Tfeldmann@cityteam.org for more information.

Advocating with Survivors of Sexual Violence Video Course

We're excited to announce the release of a new video course by @nikole_lim, Advocating with Survivors of Sexual Violence. This launch is in collaboration between @seminarynow and @ivpress and features @freelyinhope alumni and survivor-advocate, @jean.nangwala.

This course will:

  1. Equip you to advocate alongside of survivors
  2. Expand your perspective by learning from the wisdom of survivors
  3. Challenge you to fight against systems of oppression and establish new systems of liberation within your communities

The video course is ready for streaming by subscription and SeminaryNow is offering 25% off!

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