take a look at our
Fresno EOC Overview of Emergency Services Due to COVID-19
Data from March 16, 2020 – Dec 31, 2021
meals prepared and delivered
snacks prepared and delivered
rides provided for passengers
homeless individuals provided outreach services
households served at rural food distributions
rural food distribution sites
Fresno eoc 2021 annual report
Fresno eoc 2020 annual report
what our clients are saying
“I have learned to listen a lot more to my child when she’s crying or throwing a tantrum. The Head Start staff helps you figure out what is going to work for you and your family.”
“I am able to take care of my son and to have another chance to do things right. That’s all we ever need and this program has given me a chance to change my life.”
“I didn’t consider myself one of those people who really needed the moral support but there are some things you go through in life that you do really need somebody to talk to. [AFLP] helped me through a chapter that was really rough.
“WIC has helped my family put food on the table. I think WIC has honestly helped me throughout the shelter-in-place orders because having WIC gives me that reinforcement, knowing that I have resources there to help me.”
the opportunities we provide are
Funded by generous donors
The need in our community has never been greater. In these times when we have to do more with less, we need your help. The support of our individual and corporate donors is more critical than ever before. Your donation can make a difference! Fresno EOC is a private non-profit 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.
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