Non-Profit Needs

  • Wednesday, April 23, 2014 5:11pm
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Editor’s Note: In conjunction with the monthly “Pay It Forward” column, the Homer News is printing a list of needs provided by some of Homer’s nonprofits.
Haven House
Food for shelter (unopened, please)
Toiletries, personal hygiene supplies
Female volunteers to help with
summer gardening
Volunteers for interior painting
Contact: Jessica Lawmaster, 235-7712
Big Brothers & Big Sisters
Volunteers to be Big Brothers and Big Sisters
Leadership Council Members
Help planning fundraisers / volunteering at fundraisers
Clothing/bedding/towel donations to Red Bins*
Help collecting /sorting donated clothing
Office supply donations (call for list)
Help selling raffle tickets
Discounts at local businesses / events for Big/Little matches (2 for 1 discounts or other)
Donated office space
*Red Bins are collection boxes around town
Contact: Jenny Martin, 235-8391
Kachemak Kids Early
Learning Center
(non profit preschool
and child care):
 2 comfortable office/desk chairs;
4 conference chairs
11 gallons of paint prefer pale yellows,
light teal or greens for classrooms
Volunteers to help paint
400 square feet of commercial grade linoleum
Contact: Chelsea White, 235-2205

Homer Council on the Arts
Volunteers for HCOA Street Faire
Volunteer performers for the HCOA Street Faire
Assistance with large mailings
Sweep HCOA parking lot
Contact: Gail Edgerly, 235-4288

Public radio station KBBI
Volunteers for the Concert on the Lawn July 12 & 13
General office help, on-going basis
Summer yard work
Contact:  Rose Grech, 235-7721

Pratt Museum
Tour Volunteers throughout the museum and Docents for the Homestead Cabin this
coming season.
Contact: Kari McKahan, 435-3333

Hospice of Homer
IT person with data base specialty
Cleaning person
Grant writer
Contact: Darlene Hilderbrand,

Shorebird Festival
Needs friendly volunteers to help with registration, ticket and merchandise sales.  
Contact: Robbi at
235-7740 or email

If you are a nonprofit with a need, please email the information to Joy Steward at

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