Clothing Children in Need in Contra Costa County Schools

Operation School Bell provides new school clothes for public school children in the Walnut Creek, Mt. Diablo, Martinez and Pittsburg School Districts.

Currently, over 85% of the children receive uniform clothing, while the rest receive everyday wear. Each child from a uniform school receives two pairs of pants, three shirts, one sweatshirt, socks, and underwear. For non-uniform schools our volunteers shop with the children and a parent at a retail location. The items purchased have a retail value of over $80.00 per child.

Common Threads is a new program within Operation School Bell in partnership with the Homeless Outreach Program for Education (HOPE). Our volunteers shop for homeless high school students  in the Mt Diablo Unified School District at Old Navy  Broadway Plaza, Walnut Creek CA.

Our Members Volunteered Over 5,300 Hours for Operation School Bell Last Year!

Kids, Clothes, Smiles

Operation School Bell members met to plan for another year of clothing over 5,000 children in Contra Costa County, CA.


For Educators

Dear Educators,

The link below will launch a form for you to let us know how Operation School Bell has enhanced the learning experience for your students.  The form is protected, and you will need the password that you were given to access it.  Please have it completed by June 15, 2021.

Thank you,
Operation School Bell

Educator Feedback on OSB Program Outcomes