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December 16, 2011 > Food 4 Fines

Food 4 Fines

Submitted By Mira Geroy

To provide food for both body and mind, the Alameda County Library is partnering with the Alameda County Community Food Bank to bring Food 4 Fines to Alameda County Library cardholders. From December 17 - 31, for each non-perishable food item brought to the library $1.00 will be subtracted from overdue fines to a maximum of $10.

The Alameda County Library system services a community of over 500,000 customers; the Alameda County Community Food Bank serves over 49,000 people each week. Together we can make a difference!

Traditional barrel drives are now a key source for high demand non-perishable items like peanut butter, canned tuna and meat, beans, rice, low-sodium soups and stews and low-sugar cereal. Only non-perishable, unexpired, store-sealed items will be accepted. No glass, please! Libraries participating are:

Albany Library (510-526-3720)
1247 Marin Ave., Albany

Centerville Library (510-795-2629)
3801 Nicolet Ave., Fremont

Fremont Main Library (510-745-1400)
2450 Stevenson Blvd., Fremont

Newark Library (510-795-2627)
6300 Civic Terrace Ave., Newark

San Lorenzo Library (510-670-6283)
395 Paseo Grande, San Lorenzo

Castro Valley Library (510-667-7900)
3600 Norbridge Rd., Castro Valley

Dublin Library (925-828-1315)
200 Civic Plaza Dr., Dublin

Irvington Library (510-795-2631)
41825 Greenpark, Fremont

Niles Library (510-795-2626)
150 "I" St., Fremont

Union City Library (510-745-1464)
34007 Alvarado-Niles Rd., Union City

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