The arts have long relied on the generous to support the power of beauty and creativity, and that tradition continues with those helping The Foodbank Players help the Alameda Food Bank. The following businesses and organizations are deepy thanked for their donations and contributions and we encourage everyone to support them as well by attending their events, cheering their causes and shopping their stores!


Calafia Taqueri

It was on June 2003, when we found this place. This was Macris dream coming to reality, it took us about 45 days to put this nice place back to work, it was a family and friends effort. We are from Ensenada, Baja California, a very nice place to be, more like Alameda, temperature always on the 70 to 80 degrees, ocean next to us... Beautiful!!!


Alameda Foodbank

The Food Bank was founded in 1977 by a group of concerned local citizens who saw the need in the community for a source of free food for those in need.

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West End Arts District

West End Arts District (WEAD) was founded in 2015. We believe that arts and culture are essential to nurturing a strong and vibrant community. Since launching our flagship annual event, Blues, Brews and BBQ, in 2015, we have expanded our programming to include a range of free arts and community-building events, including Animate Dance Festival, West End Night Market, outdoor art installations, and more.


Daisy's Mercantile

Whether you are restyling a room, preparing to throw the perfect party, or just out shopping with friends, Daisy’s is here to help you create beautiful surroundings, give tailored gifts, and make happy memories with your loved ones that will last a lifetime. Come in and let us take the work out of searching for those perfect pieces so that you can keep focusing on what’s important to your wonderful life.


The West Alameda Business Association

The West Alameda Business Association is here to support our business community during these difficult times. We are working closely with city leaders and our Economic Development Department to identify resources that are available to help mitigate the economic damage to our community.


The Alameda Post

The Alameda Post serves the community by reporting current news and information, promoting community groups, diversity, and cultural awareness, and preserving Alameda’s history for future generations.