Step by Step Family support Center
We are a maternity support services organization whos mission is to transform the lives of at-risk pregnant women so they will deliver a healthy baby, embrace positive parenting and establish a safe home.
volunteer needs: sorting donated clothes into bins according to correct size and asembleing Welcome Home Bags.
P.O. Box 488
Northwest Furniture Bank
Founded in 2007, the NW Furniture Bank (NWFB) mission is to restore hope, dignity and stability in our community by recycling donated furniture to people in need. Our desire is for all families to have beds, tables, chairs, and the furnishings necessary to turn any house into a real home. NWFB serves families who are trying to rebuild their lives coming from situations like transitional housing, domestic abuse, suffering a loss from fire or natural disaster and young adults leaving foster homes. All our clients are low income and include veterans, the disabled or anyone living without furniture. Our services fill the gap between a person finding a home and furnishing it with the essential items. http://www.nwfurniturebank.org
volunteer needs: Sort, size and stock small housewares, and stock shelves. Put those organizing skills to good use for a great cause!
St. Francis House
We are a center of compassionate presence and service that offers hope and eases the hardships of those in need in East Pierce County. We have many programs to help people in many different arenas. St. Francis House offers hope for the future by providing basic necessities not provided by others. We exist to improve the lives of those in need.
volunteer needs: Sorting and organizing donated clothes
St. Francis House Puyallup
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.
volunteer needs: Organizing food shelves, sorting and re packing food. Also organizing and sorting clothes.
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