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We would like to thank the Snohomish Community Church for literally donating an entire truck load of cereal for our Christmas Food Service! Their contribution will start the mornings right for our clients.
We are in the middle of collecting for our Christmas Services with expectations of feeding 420 families. We are asking for specific donations, especially from groups and organizations who would like to pledge a certain food item at a quantity of 50 to 400. Elizabeth Grant our Executive Director explains, “This way, we can control the inventory, receive exactly what we need and offer the same menu to all families.” Our current needs include canned vegetables and fruit, cereal, cream of mushroom soup, stuffing, salt/pepper and more. If you would like to participate, please call the Food Bank 360-568-7993 for details.
Would you rather donate financially? The Food Bank has excellent purchasing power and happily accepts monetary support through our secure online Donation Page; we also accept checks and cash. For more information, please call Elizabeth Grant at the Food Bank 360-568-7993.
Thank you for your interest in donating to the Food Bank. With your support we will be able to provide nutritious meals to children, families and seniors this Holiday season.
What a wonderful weekend for the Snohomish Community Food Bank! There was one incredible donation and/or event after another that will help us serve our families well.
- The Christmas House opened, giving out gifts to qualifying parents who have children 18 and younger.
- Public School Employees #1124’s “Stuff-a-Bus” promotion at Fred Meyer brought in nearly 2,800 pounds of food, baby diapers and pet food, along with $388.00!
- The wonderful employees of Windermere Real Estate held their annual Spaghetti Feed at St. John’s Episcopal Church hosting the public in a fundraiser for the Food Bank with additional funding coming from the Windermere Foundation.
- The Snohomish Carnegie Foundation, in partnership with Puget Sound Energy, donated 50 Christmas trees for SCFB Clients.
- Community residents held dinner auctions to support the Food Bank too!
Thank you all for supporting of the Food Bank. We rely on the Snohomish Community to help us with our mission and it is tribute you that we are able to provide help and hope this Holiday season.
The Carnegie Foundation, partnering with Puget Sound Energy, donated 50 Christmas trees to the Food Bank. They will be available for existing clients during normal Food Distribution hours, Tuesday the 9th: 3:00-6:45 and Friday the 12th: 10:00-2:45, while supplies last. Thank you Carnegie Foundation and Puget Sound Energy for spreading Christmas Cheer!
While you are here, be sure to sign-up for your Christmas Food Service appointment. Spaces are filling up fast and you will need an appointment to shop. Happy Holidays!
For the month of December, donate 2 canned goods and receive $5.00 off any service, including oil changes. All donations will be given to the Snohomish Community Food Bank. This is a great way to get your sleigh ready for winter and help the Snohomish Community. Thank you Snohomish Automotive for supporting the Food Bank!