Sunnyvale Community Services helps Sunnyvale and Alviso residents to meet urgent basic needs.
If you need help paying rent, utilities, or other urgent expenses, or if you need food, please do not hesitate to call us.
Contact us today at 408-738-4321 during our hours of operation: Monday through Friday 9am - 12pm and 12:30pm - 4pm.
If you are a Sunnyvale Community Services client, and currently participating in our food program, you can view our food distribution calendar here or contact our food and nutrition department at 669-777-3109 or email@example.com.
WANT TO HELP?
Our donors and volunteers help us in so many ways, and we are grateful for every one of them. To learn more about how to donate, visit our Ways to Donate webpage.
Donations of food and other items: We are currently accepting food donations to support our monthly distributions. Please see our list of needed items. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org prior to donation drop-off.. Gift cards and monetary donations are greatly appreciated.
Food Drives: If you are interested in hosting a food drive on behalf of SCS, please coordinate with our Food & Nutrition Program Manager, Cody Sampson. Contact him at 408-470-3027 or email@example.com.
To learn about volunteer opportunities, see our Volunteer Overview. Masks and proof of vaccination are required.
Sunnyvale Community Services receives support from a variety of sources, including government grants, corporate donations, foundation grants, and individuals who want to help make a difference for their neighbors in need.
Our agency relies on the amazing dedication of volunteers to deliver food and other services to Sunnyvale residents in need of assistance. Individual adults, corporate groups, and church and organization groups are all welcome.
We will be CLOSED:
- Tuesday, November 29th - Early closure at 12 noon
- Monday, December 26th to Friday December 30th
- Monday, January 2nd
- Monday, January 16th
2022 Tax Benefits for Donors
Whether you plan to itemize your 2022 deductions or not, the extension of the charitable contribution provisions from the CARES Act may benefit you. Read more on our Ways to Donate webpage.
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Free COVID-19 Testing
Free Telehealth Counseling
La Selva Community Clinic's COVID Support program is offering free telehealth counseling to uninsured and under-insured individuals that live in Santa Clara County and have been impacted by the pandemic. This program is also open to uninsured healthcare providers. Services are short-term and available in both English and Spanish. If you are interested in receiving free telehealth services, please contact Karen Salas-Caballero, AMFT #94947 at 408-757-8449.
Karen is supervised by Martha Zambrano, LMFT #84332.
Partner Agencies Offering Services
Our partner agencies are still offering their services. Read below to learn how to access them.
PARS Immigration consultations are available via phone at 408-261-6405 and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be given instructions within 24-48 business hours to secure a consultation with a legal representative. You can also request a consultation at https://www.parsequalitycenter.org/legal. If this is an urgent matter, please call the Rapid Response Network at 408-290-1144 available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Project Sentinel will help protect you from evictions. Call 408-720-9888 or email email@example.com for help talking to your landlord. For questions about the ordinance, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Adult Legal Assistance (SALA) provides free legal advice, brief consultations and representation in a wide range of civil (not criminal) legal matters. Please call 408-295-5991 to speak to a legal representative.
Sobrato Philanthropies Continues Support for SCS Programs and Services
We are very thankful to Sobrato Philanthropies for its many years of significant financial support of our mission to prevent homelessness and hunger in our local community. Sobrato Philathropies' efforts are critical to aiding our ability to enable individuals to meet their basic needs in these challenging times.