NONPROFIT NEEDS

Share the Spirit needs support for our annual Christmas Food & Gift Basket and Adopt-A-Family programs:  Volunteers and non-profit partners to distribute applications to clients in need. Monetary donations-can be made at Wells Fargo Bank.

Contact:  Shari Daugherty or Kelly Glidden at sharethespirit.adoptafamily@gmail.com

 

Special Olympics needs practice space for floor hockey; volunteer floor hockey coaches or partners (team members); floor hockey equipment (shin guards, elbow pads, knee pads, helmets with full face masks, gloves, goalie pads, gloves, 6-foot nets, etc.); storage unit or space for sports equipment.

Contact: Carol Shuler at 235-9264 or 299-1606

 

 

Homer Head Start needs used books for preschool aged children.

Contact:  Martha Wagel at Homer@ruralcap.com

 

Kachemak Heritage Land Trust needs  table cloths, thank-you cards, bookshelves, office desks, office chairs, office chair mats, Monitor stove, printer, stand-up work stations, laptop, storage shed.

Contact: Marie McCarty at
marie@kachemaklandtrust.org

 

Haven House needs trash bags, canned food, personal hygiene items, vacuum cleaner, toilet paper and paper towels.

Contact:  Jessica Lawmaster at
Jessica@havenhousealaska.org

 

Cook Inlet Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse (CICADA) needs Homer-area representative to participate on the council. They will facilitate participation through telephone and videoconferencing technology and meetings in Homer.

Contact:  Henry Novak, director of CICADA, at 907-283-3658 or henry.novak@acsalaska.net

 

Hospice of Homer needs volunteer to maintain the hospice website; volunteer to clean medical equipment; volunteer to clean the hospice office; and volunteer to work on occasional office projects.

Contact: Darlene Hilderbrand at
director@hospiceofhomer.org

 

The R.E.C. Room (youth Resource & Enrichment Co-op) needs a refrigerator. 

Contact:  Anna Meredith at recroom@kbfpc.org. or 235-3436

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