Taste of Compassion Merlion

Join us at this month's Taste of Compassion at Merlion Restaurant on March 24th and 25th. Make reservations at www.tasteofcompassion or call (408) 255-8033 ext. 152.

2013-2014 Annual Report Now Available!

WVCS is excited to share our successes, stories, and stats of the 2013-2014 fiscal year in our new Annual Report. Click here to view our view our electronic Annual Report!

Volunteer at WVCS!

Help make a difference in your community, meet new people, gain new skills and work experience, and be part of a fantastic team!. Conribute your time and talent and volunteer today at WVCS! Click Get Involved and get started today.

About West Valley Community Services

West Valley Community Services, Inc. (WVCS) is a private non-profit, community-based agency that has been providing direct assistance and referral services to the west valley communities of Santa Clara County for over 40 years. Founded in 1973, WVCS provides a continuum of basic needs, family support services and housing services including: information and referrals, food pantry, clothing, transitional housing, affordable housing, financial assistance, family support and case management services. WVCS serves the west valley communities of Cupertino, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Saratoga, West San Jose and the surrounding mountain regions.

Our Mission

The mission of West Valley Community Services is to encourage the sharing of community resources, to provide basic human needs in a caring and dignified environment, and to provide opportunities for volunteers to participate in West Valley Community Services' activities.

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IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY
1 in 4 individuals in Santa Clara County is at risk of facing hunger
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Chronically homeless individuals represented 33% of the homeless population in Santa Clara County in 2013.
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A minimum wage worker in Santa Clara, needs to work 164 hours a week, 52 weeks a year to afford Fair Market Rent
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