NONPROFIT NEEDS

Friends of the Homer Public Library
needs volunteers to help clean up/landscape the western lot and the use of a stump grinder on Sunday, June 28, from 1-5 p.m. at the library. Meet in the library parking lot at 1 p.m.

Contact:Erin Hollowell at
erin@friendshomerlibrary.org 

Haven Houseneeds beds, furniture, household items, toilet paper and toiletries.

Contact:Jessica Lawmaster at jessica@havenhousealaska.org

Homer Community Food Pantryneeds volunteers for mornings, afternoons and food pick up.

Contact:Food Pantry at 235-1968

Homer Council on the Artsneeds a professional painter to organize the painting of its building on Pioneer Avenue; a good quality sound system for its gallery.

Contact:Peggy Paver at 235-4288
or hcoa@homerart.org

Hospice of Homerneeds a volunteer who will water weekly the Hospice of Homer Memorial Garden; a person to clean the Hospice of Homer office; a person to act as a “fill-in” receptionist; and a person to take photographs at Hospice of Homer events.


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

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  

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: Christy Russ at 235-7721×221 or Christy@peninsulailc.org

Pregnancy Care Center of Homerneeds 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

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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