The Most Important Gift You’ll Give This Holiday Season

This year, thanks to YOU, we were able to:

-Provide an average of 4,865 food bank services a month.
-Start a gleaning program
-Increase the supplies of formula and baby food
- Partner with the Issaquah Community Services to provide a case worker and emergency funds to prevent eviction and keep homes warm during the cold season.

Please help us continue to meet the needs of our community by donating today.

Food and Clothing Bank Needs - Fall 2013

Foods
  • Canned chicken
  • Tuna
  • Canned salmon
  • Produce / fruit
  • Eggs
  • Jelly
  • Baby Formula
  • Milk
  • Dehydrated pinto beans

(We are over stocked on: canned cranberry, canned pumpkin, kidney beans, green beans)

Other Needs
  • Gloves, hats and wool socks
  • Lightly used or new blankets
  • Lightly used or new coats
  • Baby wipes
  • Toiletries (shampoo, soap, toothpaste)
  • Laundry soap
  • Dish soap
  • Diapers sizes 4-6
  • Brand new socks & underwear
  • Cleaning products
  • Camping equipment
  • Rain gear
  • Tents
  • Waterproof gear
Client Service Hours Update

We are open Every Monday 5-7pm AND Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday hours of 10am-1pm.

Programs & Events :

Nourishing Networks: e-mail Cori to see how you can be apart of Nourishing everyone in Issaquah.  April 22nd, 3:30-5pm, Eagle Room City Hall off Sunset Way.

Visit the website to find out more or visit Nourishing Networks on Facebook.