The Open Table is FISH’s meal service. For the immediate needs of our clients, we serve meals four times a week. These folks love their social time, their food. Can you help them get what they need?
The Food Pantry
In Kittitas County, 18.2% of households are below the poverty line. What can you do to help? Start by donating to FISH for our Food Pantry. FISH’s Food Pantry provides families with food to help them through the hard times. Can you help?
FISH’s other programs, Picnic in the Park (Summer Meals), Back to School Night, Turkey Give Away, and others, provide for the needs of the community. Each is unique and serves a population which needs our help. There are funds for each, so you can donate to the cause you like the most! Just put the program name in the memo line of your check or donate here. Thank you!
How Can You Help?
Winston Churchill said:Â “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”Â Giving to FISH means contributing to the well being of others, those who need our help.Â Your gift goes to support those families looking for help.Â Donate today.
FISH is run almost entirely on volunteer efforts.Â FISH needs about 80 volunteers to be able to run.Â Donate your time and talent to FISH and have a direct impact on the families around you.Â Call 509-925-5990 for more information.
FISH is always looking for good, nutritious food from our neighbors, for our neighbors!Â Bring unopened, boxes, cans or packaged food to the Food Bank anytime we are open.Â Receipts are available.
If you are interested in sponsoring FISH, please call Peggy Morache at 509-925-5990 to discuss your options. We are very grateful to all our sponsors and others who help their neighbors.
Give a little & change a lot.
Let’s Work Together to Give Our Neighbors the Help They Need!
“Today we had our first experience needing to use the food bank.Â Iâm overwhelmed with gratitude and will be finding out how I can best lend a hand keep the food bank stocked when I and my family are more stable. Thank you for the compassionate service you provide the community.”