ODB is a non-profit community-supported outreach program of St. Thomas Episcopal Church that serves needy people in the area. It is staffed by one part time program director and more than 100 volunteers from the local community. Individuals, churches, businesses, service clubs and other organizations contribute regularly to the program. ODB was started in 1983. ODB currently serves over 280 diners per day.
The Our Daily Bread dining hall is located at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Sunnyvale at the corner of Sunset and McKinley across from Washington Park. The address is: Our Daily Bread 231 Sunset Avenue Sunnyvale , CA 94086
Our Daily Bread (ODB) serves free hot meals three days a week to hungry people without qualification or restriction. Participation in the program is the same for everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or disability. Serving hours are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
ODB Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
Millionth meal served by Our Daily Bread in Sunnyvale Flanked by her 3-year-old granddaughter and 1-year-old grandson, Pam Moore, 47, of Sunnyvale, watched her husband Rory from across the table as he received the one millionth meal served by Our Daily Bread at St. Thomas Episcopal Church Oct. 19th. Moore and her husband, a former aircraft technician, live on his military pension. He’s out
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Our 100 volunteers perform the many tasks required to serve our diners. They represent a number of Roman Catholic, Protestant and Episcopal churches as well as various other organizations. A volunteer board of directors, that includes church and community leaders, sets policies. The program has one paid part-time employee, an ODB Program Director who schedules and directs the volunteers. Many of the volunteers have been