How/what Food is Distributed to Clients:
We have two separate sections in our food bank. The self service area is stocked mainly with breads and produce. The food in this area is available to all individuals and it is available at all times. The other area of the food bank contains the bulk of our canned goods, cereals and grains, milk, meat and eggs. Shoppers can visit this area once a week. Our food bank is also a distributer of USDA Commodities. These are available to Bainbridge Island residents who live at or below the National Poverty Level.
Qualifications required to receive food and other assistance:
Bainbridge Island residents are welcome to use the food bank. Off island shoppers are welcome to use the self service part of our food bank and are also entitled to a bag of groceries from Northwest Harvest (this is a limited amount) once per week.
Other Web links:
If you would like to make a donation to Helpline House through One Call For All go to this web site: https://www.onecallforall.org/donate.aspx
Volunteer Opportunities/Community Service:
We welcome volunteers. If you are interested, please go to our web site for more information. Community Service volunteers are welcomed on a case by case basis. Priority is given to youth volunteers.
Other assistance offered by our organization:
- Clothing Works
- Medical Equipment
- Crisis Counseling including limited financial assistance
- Personal Counseling
- Legal Clinic
Name: Helpline House
Mission Statement: Neighbor helping neighbor, one neighbor at a time.
Address: 282 Knetchel Way NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 Website: www.helplinehouse.org
Business Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Food Bank Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:15am - 12:30pm and 1:15pm - 4:30pm
Contact Us: Manager: Marilyn Gremse Phone: (206) 842-7621 Email: email@example.com