Nonprofit needs

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Nonprofit Needs

Homer Council on the Arts needs someone with a very tall ladder who would be willing to come clean out gutters on their building.

Contact: Kari Oden

office@homerart.org

907-235-4288

Homer Head Start has an opening for maintenance specialist, opening posted at ruralcap.com/head-start-maintenance-specialist-homer.

Homer Youth String Orchestra Club needs a legal size filing cabinet.

Contact: Kara Clemens

davidkara@acsalaska.net

South Peninsula Haven House needs:

Small sewing kits, dish soap, upholstery carpet cleaner, tampons, cell phone chargers, cheese and assorted meat: hamburger, chicken, ham — something other than fish.

Contact: Maggie Lush

maggie@havenhousealaska.org

Homer Hockey Association needs a good office chair.

Contact: Heidi Stage, Bookkeeper.kevingbellarena@gmail.com

Are you busy on Monday? The Homer Community Food Pantry can always use volunteers; food organization begins at 8:30 a.m., food distribution starts at 1 p.m. and clean up at 3 p.m. The Food Pantry is in the basement of the Homer United Methodist Church on East End Rd. All donations are appreciated and we can always use fresh fruit and vegetables. Please bring donations to the Pantry on Monday between 8:30 a.m. -3 p.m. Contact: 235-1968.

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic could use:

• Mind Matters program kit: www.dibbleinstitute.org/magento/index.php/curricula/mind-matters/mind-matters-program-kit.html or donation towards purchase price of Mind Matters program kit

• A picnic table or two

• A bag of fresh fruit once a week for the REC Room

• Someone to clean outside windows

Contact: Catriona Reynolds, catriona@kbfpc.org

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