Infant Program

There are some necessities that SNAP benefits don’t cover. Diapers are one of them. Fortunately, with the support of our generous community and the Snohomish Kiwanis, we are able to provide infant bags full of diapers, nutritious food and even formula to clients each week. Just last month we distributed 110 bags! Our infant program is one of the most important services we provide and our families appreciate it so much. A big thank you to our lovely volunteer Pat who sorts and stocks your donations to make sure our littlest clients are happy and healthy!

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Energy Assistance

Do you know someone who needs help paying their energy bill? Click the links below for local energy assistance programs. PUD & Snohomish County are great community partners with the food bank, always making sure our clients have easy access to the programs available to them.

PUD Energy Assistance Programs
Snohomish County Energy Assistance Programs

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Share The Warmth Winter Coat Drive

You can share the warmth this year by donating your gently used or new coats, gloves, hats and scarves at any Haggen store during their Share the Warmth Winter Coat Drive January 3-16. All clothing will benefit families right here in our community!
Haggen 1301 Avenue D, Snohomish

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Hats Off To You

All things are possible because of our community and volunteers. We were able to provide just over 30,000 pounds of holiday cheer this Christmas and it would not have happened without the 146 volunteers who donated 447 hours throughout the week. Isn’t that amazing? Being able to help our neighbors is the greatest gift of all. Thank you Snohomish!!

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Ensure For Our Seniors

Our Senior Care Center Manager Phyllis Taitel has filled the stockings with care. Ensure is an item that we love to give our elderly clients! And they appreciate them, too!

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