NONPROFIT NEEDS

Editor’s Note: In conjunction with the monthly “Pay It Forward” column, the Homer News is printing a list of needs provided by some of Homer’s nonprofits.

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic & The R.E.C. Room needs DVD movies (appropriate for teens); gravel to even out areas in parking lots; electrician help; plastic storage totes with lids; individually wrapped snacks; gardening volunteers.

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

Hospice of Homer needs IT person with data base and website skills, people who want to do the October end-of-life and volunteer visitor training, moving equipment assistant volunteer, and fundraising volunteers.

Contact: Darlene Hilderbrand at 235-6899

Homer Head Startneeds a small book case and a free-standing storage unit.

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 907-435-3151 or
adixon@ci.homer.ak.us 

Kevin Bell Arena/Homer Hockey Association need wood for shelving — plywood and 2x4s — and a commercial vacuum cleaner.

Contact: info.kevinbellarena@gmail.com or Shelly at 299-4654

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

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