FOOD SERVICE
/ DISTRUBITION

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 and need volunteers for that! 

 

volunteer needs: to help with the Free Friday meals, must be here at 9am, lunch is served at 11:30. 

Food Bank volunteers needed 8:30-11:30 or 12:00-3:00 (and you are welcome to work both shifts as well) Monday through Thursdays. Children are welcome to help, ages 11-15 must have an adult with them, 16 and up may come with out an adult.

 

Maretha Baltimore

Director of Social Services

Puyallup Valley Corps

4009 9th St SW

Puyallup, WA 98373

(253)841-1491 ex 205

http://www.salvationarmyusa.org

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.

 

volunteer needs: Drivers to pick up food donations, phone monitors and servers on a regular basis.

 

Shanna Peterson

Director of Operations

​Shauna@puyallupfoodbank.org

http://www.puyallupfoodbank.org

The Soup Ladies

 

Our mission is to provide fresh cooked meals expeditiously to support first responders such as police and fire departments, search and rescue teams and military perosnnel in times of emergency and disaster. We NEED volunteers to cook and serve food and be willing to be on call as we do not know when disaster will strike. You will  need to be willing to go through training.

 

volunteer needs: People willing to serve at a moments notice to help keep our first responders nourished while they deal with disaster.

 

Ginger Passareli

(206)459-8477

Thesoupladies@live.com

http://www.soupladies.org

All Saints Community Services


Our Delivery Food Bank program is available once every 30 days to Puyallup residents living in the 98371, 98372, 98373, and parts of the 98374 zip codes.
 

This is available for elderly, disabled, families and individuals. 
Deliveries occur Monday through Thursday, 1:30pm - 3:30pm OR 5pm - 7pm.
To qualify, you must call or come into the office Monday through Thursday to complete an intake form and present proof of address for each person in your household.  
Requests received by 12pm are usually scheduled for same-day delivery. 
Clients must be home to receive a delivery​.

volunteer needs: Delivery food bank drivers, the more drivers we have, the more people we can serve.


                                                  http://allsaintsparish.com/outreach/delivery-food-bank

Prairie Ridge Community Coalition

Prairie Ridge Community Coalition is working in partnership with the Prairie Ridge Homeowner's Association, we work to create partnerships for sustainable program, connect families with needed local resources, and organize community events and activities. Through these efforts we endeavor to mobilize Prairie Ridge residents to improve the community through environmental and policy change.

Our Goals:​

• Bridge the gap between Prairie Ridge residents with the surrounding schools, cities, organizations and resources.
• Identify and develop programs that serve the needs of the community, including programs that address violence, drug, tobacco, alcohol and crime prevention.
• With the help of partners, create meaningful and sustainable programs, projects and activities for the benefit of community members.
• Incorporating the Five Promises, develop programs and build our capacity to serve our community. The five fundamental resources that young people need to succeed: 
  1)caring adults (includes positive relationships with neighbors & positive role models)
  2)safe places (includes being physically and emotionally safe in community & constructive use of time)
  3) a healthy start (includes good nutrition and exercise as well as healthy habits and role models)
  4) effective education (includes developing marketable skills, education, and mentoring)
  5) opportunities to help others (includes volunteering, sense of responsibility, and caring behavior )

volunteer needs:  Summer Feeding - 4 volunteer daily that can assist with food preparation, serving and cleaning up.  This is a position that families can do together.  We don't recommend anyone younger than 4th grade fill one of these spots due to safety issues and workspace limitations.

 

  Signup Genius is ready to schedule your volunteer time now

Summer meal volunteers can get on the calendar using Signup Genius (http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080f44adaa2ba4fa7-summer).  

Other inquiries can be directed to:

Mary Beth Holmes, Prairie Ridge Community Coalition Coordinator

cell 206-200-4229 email marybethholmesprc@gmail.com

14205 215th Ave E Bonney Lake WA 98391

www.facebook.com/PrairieRidgeCommunityCoalition

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