Happy Thanksgiving

Wishing everyone at Fremont YSC, and throughout the greater soccer community, a very Happy Thanksgiving.

We at Fremont YSC are thankful for having you as part of the club, and look forward to many more holidays with you.

TCV Food Drive, Thank You

A huge thank you to everyone who donated towards the Tri City Volunteer Food Bank Drive.

This was an incredibly important event, teaching the young players the importance of helping and supporting those who are less fortunate, about being active in the community, and most importantly being able to provide the food so badly needed by many.

Covid-19 has really highlighted the many problems we face each day, and the struggle for people to be able to access food is one that we must continue to do what we can to support.

Not only are we incredibly grateful for the donations, but also extremely proud of the Fremont YSC membership coming together.

Veteran’s Day

Please take the time and remember the importance of Veterans Day, for those who lost their lives in war to allow us to live in peace, and to focus on working together to allow the peaceful time to continue in to the future.

Food Drive – TCV Food Bank

Who We Serve 
TCV Food Bank provides emergency grocery assistance to almost 6,000 families in Alameda County every month. Since the COVID-19 Pandemic, our numbers have exponentially increased.

To eliminate hunger and promote financial self-sufficiency in Alameda County, by distributing food and providing volunteer opportunities in order to improve the quality of life for all in our community.

To be California’s leading client-direct food bank by providing the highest possible quality food and services that address the social causes of hunger.

Who We Are
TCV Food Bank is a non-profit organization that provides food assistance and low cost clothing and household items to the residents of Alameda County. We are the largest client-direct food bank in the area. We serve up to 16,000 individuals EVERY MONTH through our marketplace and bag lunch programs. With a staff of 6, a volunteer force of almost 1,900, and a budget that barely breaks $600,000, we are extremely efficient in distributing over 6 million pounds of food annually. We serve all low-income residents of Alameda County. Many of our clients come from migrant families, are under-employed, or are facing unemployment due to disability, a lack of relevant work skills, or other barriers.

Drop Off

We will have the office open on the following days for drop off of food items as listed below –

  • Monday, November 16th – 11am to 3pm
  • Tuesday, November 17th – 11am to 3pm
  • Wednesday, November 18th – 11am to 3pm
  • Thursday, November 19th – 11am to 3pm

Please help and support our food drive, and help those families who are in need of food.

We feel this is an important cause for our soccer club to support, where not only are we wanting to make a positive impact in the local community, but to also educate the youth players on the importance of helping those less fortunate and who are in need, and supporting your local community.

We will be starting to collect food donations the first week of November, with dates, time, and location to be confirmed shortly.

Please see the following flyer with the food items that we are requesting for donation.