All Church Response to COVID-19


Our East Bay needs us right now.  The opportunity to show our love for our neighbors is abundant and we want to help you find ways to show it! 

SCROLL DOWN to view the volunteer needs and opportunities listed by all campus opportunities AND campus locations. Email with any questions.

Please note: As we are made aware of volunteer needs and opportunities, we will post them here so bookmark this page and check back regularly! 

If you are a local non-profit or in need of help, email

All Campus Opportunities
Random acts of Kindness teams

Join a team that wants to do just that - do a "random act of kindness" for someone in our community!  Get notified via email of a need and if you have the time and/or resources to "act", then go for it!  

Examples of "random acts" include donating a box of food to a single parent or senior, sending a note of encouragement to someone in the hospital, or collecting blankets for our homeless community.  We also share last-minute "shout-outs" when local non-profits are short on volunteers.  



We have opened up the Response to COVID-19 fund. These resources will be used to help our church manage the burden COVID-19 has placed on our staff, all of you who call Cornerstone home, as well as be able to come alongside our East Bay neighbors with timely help. Click on the button below to give. 

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Livermore Campus 

With limited resources and many outreach programs reduced or closed, our homeless neighbors living in local encampments are in need of new socks and underwear (all sizes needed for both men and women).  

Drop Off Instructions:
460 N. Livermore Avenue, Livermore
Please put items listed above in a bag and place them over the front fence. A volunteer will put them inside.  
Please do not include any other items.


Shepherd’s Gate in Livermore, a women’s shelter for survivors of domestic violence, is running low or completely out of certain food supplies for their families. 
Most urgent is milk gallons (fresh or non-refrigerated boxes), lunch meat, bread, and string cheese.  Click Here for a complete list of needs. 

Many of the women living at the shelter are mothers and the kids are running out of fun things to do!  Check out their Shepherd's Gate Wish List to purchase and send kids activities. 

Drop Off Instructions:
Shepherd’s Gate
1660 Portola Ave., Livermore
Office Hours are Monday - Thursday from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM & Friday from 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM. 

Use this link to schedule delivery.
There is a table set up outside of the main office.  During office hours, the receptionist will collect the items from the table and bring them to our women and children.  Outside of office hours, there is a phone number posted above the table to call and the Program Team will collect the donations (Text if the mailbox is full).  

Questions about the donations needed or have other ideas for the kids?
Email Jill Gandara at

Feeling crafty?  We are in need of home-made masks to distribute to our homeless community!  Check out the links below for instructions and a quick "how-to" video. 

How to Make a Mask Instructions
T-Shirt Mask Video (no sewing required)

Drop Off Instructions:
460 N. Livermore Ave., Livermore
Drop off completed masks in a zip-lock bag and drop off over the gate (facing the street) at Vineyard Christian Fellowship.

Together, we can ensure everyone has a warm meal (regular meal programs in the Tri-Valley have been reduced).  Cornerstone volunteers, along with our local partner Monthly Miracles, will use the donated gift cards to purchase meals and deliver directly to those hungry and at-risk.

Special Instructions:
Click Here to purchase gift-cards through Amazon.  When completing your purchase, under "Gift Card Details", enter in the "To" box.  

Tri-Valley food pantry  

The amount of food items they receive from local grocers has greatly decreased and we hope to help meet that gap.  If you have extra non-perishable food at home or can pick up a few items on your next grocery run, consider donating to Tri-Valley Haven.

Drop Off Information:
618 Junction Ave. in Livermore
Monday-Thursday, 1pm-5pm or Friday, 12pm-4pm

CityServe of the tri-valley Needs volunteers

Cornerstone, in collaboration with CityServe of the Tri-Valley, is working to help meet the needs of those who are struggling right now because of COVID-19.  They are in current need of volunteers.  For more information or to sign up to help, click on the button below.   

CityServe of the tri-valley

Brentwood Campus 

Weekend Food Drive for Delta Christian community food pantry 
April 25 & 26, 10am-5pm

Support and feed our neighbors in Byron, Knightsen and Bethel Island! They are in greater need now as many have kids out of school who relied on school lunches.
Donate non-perishable items like canned meat, rice, peanut butter, cereal and packaged snacks  Thank you for your generosity!

Drop Off Information:
Place your items in the labeled bins outside the front doors. 
Cornerstone Fellowship
6641 Lone Tree Way, Brentwood
April 18-19 & 25-26, 10am to 5pm

Walnut Creek Campus 
Refuge Food Pantry

Parkhaven Church is helping meet the local grocery needs of families and volunteers are needed to help run their food pantry each Tuesday afternoon.  Click on the button below to pre-register. 
and pass out to your neighbors! 

Special Instructions:  
 - Each volunteer must register individually. 
 - Volunteers must be at least 16 years old.
 - Volunteers who do not live in the same house are asked NOT to carpool so that proper social distancing rules are followed.
 - Only people who have pre-registered to serve will be allowed on campus. 
 - Please arrive by your posted time, and park in the center sections of the parking lot, or in a spot against the church wall. 


Monument crisis food drive

Donate non-perishable food to Monument Crisis as they help families, seniors, and the homeless community with food boxes. As local demand increases, so does the amount of food donations.

Drop Off Information:
1990 Market Street, Concord
You can also text MCC to 41-444 if you would like to donate without leaving your home.  

Danville Campus 

Feeling crafty?  With the county-wide order to wear a face covering while out, we can help our neighbors who don't have access or unable to make their own!   Donate masks, bought or homemade, of all sizes (including for kids).   
Not sure how to make a mask?  Check out the links below for instructions and a quick "how-to" video.
How to Make a Mask Instructions
T-Shirt Mask Video (no sewing required)

Drop Off Instructions:
Danville Ministry Center
2333 San Ramon Valley Blvd, Suite 100
Please place masks in a bag and drop in the box by the front door. 

Refuge Church Pantry Food Drive

We are teaming up with Refuge Church (formerly Parkhaven Community Church) in Concord, and their food pantry ministry to support the community. Recently, they have been serving about 200 families every Tuesday with food!

Donate non-perishables like canned fruit and vegetables, snacks, dry pasta, peanut butter and jelly, canned tuna and chicken, beans (canned or dried), and rice.

Drop Off Instructions:
Danville Ministry Center
2333 San Ramon Valley Blvd, Suite 100
Monday, May 4 to Thursday, May 7 (9am to 5pm)
Please drop donations in the clear plastic tubs by the front door.

Gift CardS for Local Students

Together, we can help our local under-resourced students address their food scarcity concerns.  The district social workers will be distributing gift cards to the individual families.  

Special Instructions:
Click on the button below to purchase cards between $20-$50 through Amazon.  When completing your purchase, under "Gift Card Details", enter in the "To" box.  

Purchase a Gift Card

    Hayward Campus 

    Join our Random Acts of Kindness Team to stay in informed!  Interested in helping coordinate ways for our church community to serve during this time? 

    Sign Me up

    Email with any questions.