Community Partners

Our community partners have a significant role in morale activities of Base Alameda, such as Coast Guard Day, Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony, Enlisted Person & Civilian of the Quarter Recognition Ceremony, Earth Day, and annual holiday toy drive. They are listed here in the following categories: military affiliations, government affiliations, and local businesses and organizations.

Military Affiliations:

  • Military Officers' Association of America (MOAA ), Alameda County Chapter
    Alameda County Chapter MOAA: Base offers MOAA (and other veteran organizations) to hold their chapter meetings/luncheons free of charge at MWR facilities. Their luncheons have interesting speakers and are open to all hands. All personnel to encouraged to attend.

  • Fleet Reserve Association
    The Fleet Reserve is a sponsor of the Base Enlisted Person of the Quarter (EPOQ) and Civilian of the Quarter (COQ) Recognition Ceremony. A representative attends.

  • Golden Gate Chapter Chief Warrant Officers' Association (CWOA)
    The CWOA is also a sponsor of at the EPOQ/COC Recognition Ceremony. The Golden Gate Chapter is an active partner with most, if not all, events and ceremonies that Base Alameda supports, such as Coast Guard Day, the Fall Harvest Festival, and the Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremony.

  • Navy League of the United States, Lake Merritt Council
    The Lake Merritt Council of the Navy League sponsors Base Alameda. The Council encourages spousal participation in the Navy League, as well as providing support to Coast Guard families. A representative attends the EPOQ/COQ Recognition Ceremony.

  • Northern California Coast Guard Retiree Council (Link may not work on CG network computer)  
    The purpose of the Northern California Coast Guard Retiree Council is to provide information which may be of interest to the general community of retirees from the U.S. Coast Guard, Coast Guard Reserve and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration. Membership is open to all branches of the Armed Services. Their website provides retirees and spouses access to links for survivor information and general benefit information. The NCCGRC hosts an annual All Services Retiree Seminar on Coast Guard Island. See their website for details.

  • Pearl Harbor Survivors
    Base Alameda enjoys a special relationship with Pearl Harbor survivors whose members are among "this nation's finest generation". Every December we hold a Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony to honor the fallen and the Survivors whose numbers are sadly decreasing.

Government Agencies:

  • Base Exchange 
    In addition to providing quality merchandise in the store, in their catalog and on-line, the CGX provides the Coast Guard with supplemental funding to the Morale, Well-being, and Recreation (MWR) fund. The CGX has a vendor booth at island-wide activities such as Coast Guard Day and their representative attends major changes of command.

  • City of Alameda
    Alameda is a Coast Guard City that is actively involved with events on CGI and often invites Coast Guardsmen and civilian employees to participate in city events. The mayor or her representative attends the Base Enlisted Person of the Quarter (EPOQ) and Civilian of the Quarter (COQ) Recognition Ceremony

Local Business and Civic Organizations:

  • Sea West Coast Guard Federal Credit Union
    Sea West Coast Guard Credit Union has been dedicated to serving the United States Coast Guard for over 50 years. They offer premiere financial products and services at a much lower cost than big banks. Let them serve your banking needs that include checking, savings, loans and more! A representative attends the Base EPOQ/COQ Recognition Ceremony.
  • Executive Inn & Suites
    Located across the water from Coast Guard Island, Executive Inn & Suites is a sponsor of the EPOQ/COQ Recognition Ceremony and a representative attends.
  • San Leandro Marina Inn
    The Marina Inn, on San Francisco Bay, is a waterfront San Leandro hotel located minutes from the Oakland International Airport. Stay on the water with beautiful yachts in your back yard, expansive parks all around you and views of the San Francisco Bay. A representative attends the EPOQ/COQ Recognition Ceremony.

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