NONPROFIT NEEDS

Big Brothers & Big Sisters needs big brother and big sister volunteers; office supplies; a photo copy card; fuel cards for Bigs; volunteers to help plan events, hang up posters, etc.; volunteers to help pick up and sort clothing donations; free or discounted office space for one staff.


Contact:
Jenny Martin at 235-8391 
or jenny.martin@bbsak.org

Homer Community Food Pantry needs feminine products (pads, tampons, etc.), toiletries (toilet paper, toothpaste and tooth brushes, bar soap, shampoo, laundry soap, deodorant), canned meats and jerky, canned fruit and socks.

Contact: Food Pantry at 235-1968.

Homer Council on the Arts needs volunteers for the Nutcracker Faire; volunteers for Capital Campaign Committee; and volunteers to help organize CArt Program — bringing art to the homebound.


Contact:
Gail Edgerly at 235-4288
or hcoa@homerart.org

Homer Head Start needs a bale of hay and stumps for the playground.

Contact: Martha Wagele at 235-4322

Homer Library Advisory Board needs two or three interested, committed people to serve on the board. 


Contact:
Ann Dixon, director, Homer Public Library at 435-3151 or adixon@ci.homer.ak.us 

Hospice of Homer needs a volunteer photographer to take pictures at Hospice events.


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

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinicneeds toys and window washing help.


Contact:
Heather O’Connor at 235-3436
or Heather@kbfpc.org

Pregnancy Care Center of Homer needs diapers sizes 1-5, baby wipes, all boys and girls clothes sizes newborn through 2T, maternity clothes all sizes, baby diaper ointment, crib sheets, baby toiletry items, baby safety items, strollers, cribs and mattress, pack and plays, diaper bags, breast pumps, baby bottles, baby books and baby thermometers.


Contact:
Angela Box at 235-7899
or pccofhomer@gmail.com.

Sprout needs diapers — all sizes, especially infant; booster chairs for dining room table; coats for newborns to children up to the age of 5; new or gently used children’s books.

Contact: Jill Lush at jlush@sproutalaska.org

The Friends of Kachemak Bay State Parks need a four- or five-drawer locking file cabinet. 


Contact:
Dorothy Melambianakis
at dorothy.melambianakis@gmail.com

The Homer Foundation is seeking a fantastic volunteer to provide assistance with office administration.


Contact:
Joy Steward at 235-0541
or jsteward@homerfoundation.org

The R.E.C. Room needs bean bag chairs, DVD movies, a mobile whiteboard / dry erase board, window washing help, a free standing toilet paper holder and PC laptop computer.


Contact:
Heather O’Connor at 235-3436
or Heather@kbfpc.org

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