OneChild is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing disadvantaged children with new clothing and school supplies. OneChild began in Fremont, California and now serves families throughout the Bay Area.
Our goal is to promote self-esteem in underprivileged children, so they may appreciate their individual worth.
Each child who visits our store receives the following brand new items of clothing:
Each child also receives brand new age-appropriate school supplies including backpack, pens/pencils, highlighters, ruler, binder, spiral notebooks, crayons, markers, scissors, and more!
Each child who visits the store may choose a brand new backpack and fill it up with lots of brand new school supplies, determined by grade level. Take the Virtual Store Tour!
Leadership Fremont, a nine-month program of the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, develops local leaders with the skills and network to address community needs today and in the future.
The Service Project provides participants with the opportunity to plan, organize, and execute a project engaging and enhancing our community.
The 2017 Leadership Fremont class has chosen OneChild as their recipient. Learn more about their service project, and how you can help.
Special Thanks to the Alameda County Office of Education for their donation of 45 brand new coats!
County Board of Education President Eileen McDonald and Alameda County Superintendent of Schools L. Karen Monroe, ACOE staff collected brand new coats to be donated to youth in kindergarten through twelfth grades.
Special Thanks to Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty for his long-standing support and financial contributions, including $3,000 at our last fundraiser!
Special Thanks to Better Homes & Gardens Realty, who held a fundraiser on our behalf in July. This fun-filled evening included live music, food trucks, raffle prizes, refreshments and more! We are so grateful that over $15,000 was raised on our behalf!
Kudos to committee members Surinder Gill, Amandeep Gill, Joe Rosa, Joe Furtado, Hilda Furtado, Eliane Selwan, and Selma Michael.
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