Nonprofit Needs

Homer Community Food Pantry needs canned goods: fruit, vegetables, beans, chili, Spahgetti-O’s, ravioli, soups, tomatoes, tomato sauce, tomato paste, refried beans and volunteers.

Contact:Food Pantry at 235-1968

 

Hospice of Homer needs volunteers to tend and water the Hospice of Homer Memorial Garden; a volunteer with a strong back, big heart and a truck to assist with the moving of medical equipment; a volunteer to be on-call receptionist for the HOH office; a photographer; and a HOH historian.

Contact: Darlene Hilderbrand at 235-6899
or director@hospiceofhomer.org

 

Homer Hockey Association needs three sheets of 3/4 inch plywood and two sheets of 1/2 inch plywood for shelving repairs in locker room No. 5 and new shelving in the skate room.   

Contact: Shelly Laukitis at shelly.laukitis@gmail.com.

 

Kenai Peninsula Fair is looking for volunteers to help with exhibit entry and fair work days, as well as gardeners who would like to adopt a flower bed at the fairgrounds. 

Contact: Lara McGinnis at 907-567-3670
or www.kenaipeninsulafair.com  

 

Kachemak Celtic Club needs volunteers for Celtfest 2015 in June.

Contact: Robert Archibald at 907-299-0852
or Renee at 907-953-6546 or
renee@kachemakbaycelticclub.com. 

More info: www.kachemakbaycelticclub.com

 

ILC’s TRAILS (Recreation) Program,which works with people of all abilities, could still use camping mats and sleeping bags before its big summer season multi-day trips. 

Contact: 235-7721x221Christy Russ at Christy@peninsulailc.org

 

Special Olympics needs Bocce partners, golf partners, fundraising committee members, community management team members.

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

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