PLCC Food Bank

PLCC is a year-round “Presence” for the Issaquah Food Bank!


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Pick up a bright orange bag and take with you as you do your own grocery shopping. Fill the bag and bring your donations to the cabinet located downstairs in the main building lobby area. Make sure you take your bag back and reuse. 
 
Immediate Needs:
     Canned Tuna or Salmon
     Canned Stew (no beans)
     Canned Soups
    

The Food Bank is Always in NEED of the following items:
Cereal           Oatmeal
Flour   Sugar
Pasta   Coffee
Tea    Peanut Butter
Jam/Jellies   Chili
Canned Vegetables   Pinto Beans
Rice   Mayonnaise
Mustard   Cooking Oil
 Detergent   Dishwasher Soap
 Diapers   Baby Food/Formula


Other Opportunities with the Food Bank


Groceries to Go:
Home delivery of groceries for citizens who are home-bound and have transportation challenges.Serves about 30+ households. We are looking for volunteer drivers, food packers, organizers and individuals in need of services.
Lunch for the Break: A new service that focuses on getting food to children during the week long breaks from school. Each box of food costs about $50. 

Summer Lunch Program: Provides and average of 200 bags of kid friendly foods each of the 10 weeks of summer. Each bag includes a weeks worth of breakfast, lunch and snacks. 

Tools for Schools: 1,000+ backpacks, filled with school supplies each year. Event includes a huge back to school festival with dental screenings, haircuts, resources, free lunch and library services. 

Holiday Gift Barn: Supports 650+ families and 1300 children in ensuring a joyful holiday season. Parents can pick out gifts for their kids. A huge community involvement with schools, service groups, churches, businesses and families all helping.

Volunteer Program: 100-150 people for collecting food, sort and organize food, distribute food, events and special programs.


Contact

Cori Walters, Executive Director Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank
425-392-4123 ext. 12