Kids Against Hunger Fremont Set to Assist Abode Services

September 25th, 2019

Kids Against Hunger Fremont has announced that it has started a pilot partnership with Abode Services’ HOPE Project Mobile Health Clinic, which provides health and social services to homeless people in southern and eastern Alameda County. Abode operates the mobile clinic with Tri-City Health Center. 

Kids Against Hunger Fremont is a nonprofit organization that educates Fremont students and residents about world hunger and what each person can do to help end it.  

As part of the Kids Against Hunger Fremont Humanitarian Educational Project, students, staff, and volunteers from Mission Valley Elementary School will gather on Oct. 22 to pack more than 10,000 meals to help those most in need in Alameda County.

Abode then will help provide those meals to individuals who receive services from Abode's Outreach Team and the HOPE Project Mobile Health Clinic.

We’d like to thank everyone from Kids Against Hunger Fremont and Mission Valley Elementary School who are participating in this effort.

We greatly appreciate your assistance with our work!  

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