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Poverty Must End
The staggering increase in poverty and inequality demands that we act now. Taking into account the cost of living, California has the highest poverty rate in the nation at 23.8% and the highest poverty rate among seniors. In Alameda County, more than half the children live in poverty in 15 neighborhoods and more than one-third live in poverty in another 36 neighborhoods.

Quarterly Report
Photo showing rows of food bins at Alameda County Community Food Bank with the words End Hunger 2020
Photo of Alameda County Supervisor Wima Chan speaking at a press conference.
Inforgraphic says 1 in 5 Alameda County residents are served by Alameda County Community Food Bank.