Community Service

COVID-19 Volunteer Opportunities

There is also a Facebook group, Tri-Valley Community Help During Shelter-in-Place, which is trying to coordinate efforts to make sure people are safely provided for during this time. If you and your household are ALL under 65, I urge you to find a place to volunteer. We’ll figure out how to count it in the Record Books later. Right now, it is important that these programs do not fail. 

City Serve of the Tri-Valley

Interfaith Sharing
St. Bartholomew’s, 678 Enos Way
Volunteers are needed both to pick up the donations at local stores and to sort and distribute them to mainly walk up customers. Also help with cleaning and sanitizing. We have been open 4 days a week but are now just 2, Thursday and Saturday. Pickups are generally done mostly in Livermore and some in Dublin, Wednesday through Friday mornings.

Open Heart Kitchen
Our volunteers make a direct impact on the lives of those in our community through preparing, packing, and serving meals. Thousands of our neighbors in the Tri-Valley are not sure where their next meal will come from, and you can help make a difference. Open Heart Kitchen does not allow walk-in volunteers, so please make sure you are registered in advance. 


Del Arroyo 4-H Club strives to participate in many community service activities. Our yearly activities include making placemats for the Open Heart Kitchen, holiday and Valentine’s Day cards for the VA. We are planning to add a food drive, work days at a soup kitchen and animal rescue, school programs, visiting days at a nursing home, an activity at a children’s hospital, cards for troops on active duty, and a park clean-up day. If you have further suggestions about activities that our members could participate in, please email us.