Nonprofit Needs

Homer Animal Friends needs a volunteer staff to spend a few hours at our new store. Donations of gently used towels and a ladder also needed. 

Contact: 235-SPAY (7729) 

 

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

Contact: Food Pantry at 235-1968

 

Hospice of Homer needs volunteers to tend 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 desk chair.

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

 

The Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival is seeking volunteers to help with registration during the event, 8 a.m.-7 p.m., May 6-9.  Gratitude, snacks, and a fun work environment provided.  

Contact: Robbi at 907-235-7740 or email shorebird@homeralaska.org.

 

Kachemak Heritage Land Trust needs two adjustable office chairs in good condition.

Contact: Denise Jantz at denise@kachemaklandtrust.org  

 
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

 

KBBI needs volunteer help with yard maintenance starting right now, and at any time through the summer. Also looking for help with a variety of office tasks.

Contact: 235-7721×221 of stop by KBBI at 3913 Kachemak Way in downtown Homer

 

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 mattresses, pack and plays, diaper bags, breast pumps, baby bottles, baby books and baby thermometers.

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

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