ALL IN Emergency Food Distribution Program Looking for Restaurant Partners
Local restaurants – apply to participate in the ALL IN Emergency Food Distribution Program and receive compensation for providing meals to home-bound seniors.
The Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Activities League (DSAL), in partnership with ALL IN Alameda County and Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB) is launching a weekly food distribution on Friday, May 1, 2020 from 1:00-3:00 PM at the Dig Deep Farms Food Hub (2700 Fairmont Drive, San Leandro).
The program is looking for small business food vendors to partner with to produce individually prepared meals for distribution to home-bound seniors and medically vulnerable patients, and families who are experiencing food insecurity and hunger as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Each selected vendor will receive $15,000 to cover the cost associated with preparing up to 1000 meals from May 2020 – September 2020 (minimum of 200 meals per scheduled week per selected vendor). The partners will develop a regular schedule for each selected vendor to distribute meals to cover the 5 month time frame. Food will need to:
- Be prepared in commercial kitchen and in alignment with food safety practices dictated by Alameda County Environmental Health Department;
- Use fresh produce, lean proteins, and whole grains; and
- Be individually wrapped for individual or family consumption in a sturdy, reusable/compostable container.
Interested businesses should follow the link below to submit an application.