Services rendered to the veterans are as unique as the communities they live in. From coast to coast, Salvation Army programs recognize the sacrifices our veterans have made for their country.

In 1917, The Salvation Army Doughnut Girls helped our homesick armed services men in France with doughnuts that reminded them of home. In 1940, The Salvation Army helped start the USO, a program designed to encourage the soldiers in battle through live entertainment. Here at Alameda County Salvation Army, we would like to continue the tradition of providing services to our Veterans through monthly Food distribution at The VA Hospital in Livermore.


            Program Information:

11:00 am to 2:30 pm

4951 Arroyo Blvd Livermore, CA

Last Tuesday of every Month

Groceries and Lunch bag distribution

Parked in the second driveway below the stairs



If you are in need of further assistance, Please call our county office at (510) 383-9300.