South Sound Dream Center
We have several programs that we use to get people and families in need of food the help they need.
Family Food: families in need of food assistance can apply to receive five bags full of groceries every three months.
Adopt-A-Block: together we partner with churches and deliver hundreds of lunches and bags of groceries to those in need.
Drop in Centers: provide meals for the hungry
need: any and all food donations are welcome
Youth Investment Center
YMCA Youth Investment Center is a place where teens discover passions, strive for academic success, and prepare for future careers in a safe and supportive environment with support of educational, employment, and social services from staff, volunteers, and mentors.
needs:Healthy snacks, healthy dinners
Mother 2 Many
We are dedicated to follow the principles that Jesus laid out, to love each other. We want to always leave people better than we found them. We provide food, clothes and what ever we can to help them out. Although our focus is teenagers and children, we do not turn anyone away. We bring lunches to several local skate parks to help meet the needs of some of our youth.
needs: non perishable kid friendly foods, crackers, granola bars, pudding cups, juice boxes, single serve chips etc... aslo napkins, lunch bags
Puyallup Food Bank
The food bank’s mission is to provide food to those in need with dignity, to utilize food surpluses, and to increase public awareness on issues of hunger in our community. As a distribution center, we save countless dollars for other food banks, nonprofits and charitable agencies by providing an efficient and centralized location for collecting and distributing food.
Our food bank is a volunteer-based organization. We rely upon churches, individuals, businesses and service clubs in the community for the resources needed to sustain this ministry.
needs: all food items are appreciated
Puyallup Salvation Army
We need volunteers for our "Free Friday". This is a meal that we provide for senior citizens at no cost to them. We also have a food bank.
needs: any and all food items are appreciated. We are always in need of Peanut Butter and Cereal
Director of Social Services
Puyallup Valley Corps
4009 9th St SW
Puyallup, WA 98373
(253)841-1491 ex 205
The Federal Way Day Center
The Federal Way Day Center is a place where the homeless and those in need can take a shower, do their laundry, make a meal and have a safe environment to rest. There are computers and phones to connect with job searches, appointments, and families. Counseling is available for substance abuse and mental health. Case and Program manager assist in finding shelter and other needs. The mobile medical van visits once a month. The Federal Way Day Center is located next to the Federal Way Multi Service Center and Healthpoint for additional resources.
needs: Canned Soups and Chili • Cup of Noodles and Top Ramen • Canned Meats-Tuna, Beef, Spam, Chicken • Cookies • Breakfast Bars and Granola Bars • Pop Tarts • Fruit Rollups or Fruit Snacks • Peanut Butter or Cheese Crackers • Jerky • Trail Mix • Nuts/Raisins • Fruit or Pudding Cups • Instant Soups • Instant Mac & Cheese • Peanut Butter • Jam/Jelly Milk-Whole-Vitamin D • Eggs • Cheese-sliced and shredded • Bread/Tortillas • Lunch Meat • Margarine or Butter • Mayonaise • Sour Cream • Ranch Dressing • Fruit-Bananas and Mandarines seem to be liked the best • Fresh Vegetables-All
33505 13th Pl S Suite D
Federal Way, Wa 989023
Facebook page: Federal Way Day Center
WonGen Central Community Services is a non-profit food co-op designed to assist the working, struggling family get
back on financial track. We are located in the Prairie Ridge Community of Bonney Lake, but service families in a 50 mile radius of our distribution center. Qualified families are referred into the program through current participants or trusted community partners. Trhough the program they set financial goals and begin basic financial training. Participants pay a $50 monthly fee, shop once a week for groceries and receive $500-$600 in food and household goods. By reducing their spending on groceries, learning how to better manage their money, and being accountable to a community, families are experiencing steps towards financial freedom-reducing debt and increasing savings. Our vision is that families will graduate from our program with the skills to continue to live in financial freedom.
needs: Canned goods, dry goods, peanut butter, jelly, cereal, healthy snacks, bisquick etc...
Mary Beth Holmes, Director
14104 Prairie Ridge Drive East Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Website - www.wongencentral.org
(financial support can be made online - please mark donation for WonGen Central Community Services