Nonprofit Needs

Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies needs action-packer like plastic totes (heavy duty with locking handles); sturdy shelving; cotton-based, twin-sized sheets; fencing for headquarters lawn; French door; water jugs; water cooler; children’s and adult rain gear; sleeping bags; washer; dryer; long metal marshmallow/hot dog roasting sticks; new screen for projecting; youth snowshoes; barometer; Tupperware; and curtains

Contact: Melanie Dufour at 235-6746 
or melanie@akcoastalstudies.org

 

Homer Community Food Pantry needs fresh fruit, toiletry items (soap, shampoo, toothpaste), laundry soap, toilet paper, boxes of plastic sandwich bags, frozen meat/fish.

Contact: Food Pantry at 235-1968.

 

Homer Council on the Artsneeds board members and a Marimba Madness event committee. 

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

 

Hospice of Homer needs volunteers: IT person with database skills, medical equipment movers, receptionist/data base entery; supplies; coffee/tea hot pot, white copy paper, 15-gallon compressor with wheels.

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

 

Ninilchik Senior Center needs gently used items for “recycle” table, and raffle items such as a gun, tool chest, good art or unique furnishings. Note: We serve a fabulous hot lunch every day at noon if folks want to make an outing and drop an item off.

Contact: 567-3988

 

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.

 

The Homer Foundationneeds a volunteer to assist with social media.

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

 

South Peninsula Haven House needs toilet paper, tissues, diapers, healthy snacks for kids. 

Contact: Jessica Lawmaster at 235-7712
or Jessica@havenhousealaska.org

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