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Our Locations

Family Resource Center

1887 Business Center Dr. Suite 3, San Bernardino CA 92408

(909) 381-3002

Monday-Thursday, 10:00-02:00 PM
Monday & Wednesday, Walk-ins
Tuesday & Thursday, by appointment only

Pantry & Wellness Center

1694 N. D Street, San Bernardino, CA 92404

Every Saturday, 12-00 PM – 02:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions
About Sahaba Initiative

Sahaba Initiative is a non-profit organization based in San Bernardino, California. We aim to nurture healthy families in the Inland Empire through social change, healing, and providing direct services.

We address social challenges such as poverty, hunger, and mental wellness through various programs and initiatives, including community service, food distribution, counseling, and youth engagement.

Sahaba Initiative has been serving the community for over a decade, since our founding by a group of passionate youth determined to bring about positive change.

Our team consists of a dedicated group of staff, volunteers, and board members, all committed to fostering a healthier and more resilient Inland Empire. Learn more about our staff and board members here

You can get involved through donations, volunteering, participating in our programs, and advocating for our cause in your network. Learn about volunteering with us here.


Donations can be made through our website, via mail, or by participating in our programs such as the Companions monthly giving or the vehicle donation program. If you need assistance, please call (909) 381-3002 or email

Yes, as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all donations to Sahaba Initiative are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

Absolutely, you can join our Companions Program which allows you to set up a monthly recurring donation.

The Companions Program is a monthly giving membership where donors support Sahaba Initiative’s services regularly. You can join through our website.

These blessed donations are used to provide food for local communities. Your contributions directly aid in feeding needy families. Click here to learn more.

Yes, through our vehicle donation program, you can donate your vehicle to support our cause. Your donation is tax-deductible and the process is convenient and free.


You can apply to volunteer through our website at this link. We welcome all individuals who are passionate about making a difference in our community.

Opportunities range from food distribution, event organization, participating in our youth programs, to professional services like counseling and teaching.

No specific skills or qualifications are required for most volunteer roles. We provide training and orientation to ensure our volunteers are equipped to perform their roles. 

Moreover, if you do have certain skills you would like to put to use, feel free to let us know! We are able to provide highly skilled volunteers with the ability to lead unique projects in their community.

Yes, students can volunteer and are also encouraged to participate in our Torchbearers Youth program, which aims to cultivate leadership and service skills.

Family Resource Center

Our family resource center is a welcoming space for families to seek support and guidance from our specialized social workers and therapists. We provide a variety of key services that focus on nurturing healthy families and providing them with the tools of self-sufficiency. Our goal is to create an environment where families feel comfortable to request assistance to overcome life’s challenges, sound advice and counseling to heal and a lending hand to walk through their troubles.

We are proud to serve the community in cooperation with community partners located on-site.

Pantry & Wellness Center

The Food and Wellness Center at Sahaba Initiative is at the forefront of our mission to combat hunger and promote healthy living in the Inland Empire. Our center provides nutritious food to families in need, thereby directly tackling food insecurity in our community. The Center is also the site of resources and programming dedicated to wellness, mental health, and holistic well-being. By nurturing a healthier, more resilient community, our Food and Wellness Center embodies our belief in service, collaboration, and healing.