Nonprofit Needs for April:

  • Thursday, April 26, 2018 11:16am
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KHLT needs rough cut/untreated boards for between the fence posts and for two raised beds for KHLT’s garden on their Poopdeck property.

For the fence: Seven count of posts measuring 4 inches by 4 inches by 12 feet long and 21 count of slats measuring 5 inches x 3/4 inch thick by 10 feet long

For garden beds: eight count of slats 2 inch by 4 inch by 8 feet, and eight count of slats 2 inch by 4 inch by 4 feet.

Contact: Marie McCarty

Hospice of Homer is seeking volunteers for equipment delivery.

Contact: 235-6899

The Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival is looking for a few volunteers to help at Registration, May 11 and 12.


Pier One Theatre is looking for a decent twin mattress.

Contact: Jennifer Norton

Homer Folk School is looking for volunteers to help with writing grants, photographing classes, website support, and marketing (hanging fliers, uploading classes.)


Homer Community Food Pantry needs frozen fish or meat. Time to clean out your freezers? HCFP will take your frozen meat/fish on Monday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. or call the Pantry.

Calling all Gardners. Please plant a row of carrots for the Pantry. We are committed to providing one carrot per family member twice a month and we need your help. We welcome all your extra produce.

Contact: 235-1968.

South Peninsula Haven House needs snacks for the Child Advocacy Center; granola bars, fruit snacks, juice boxes, also, self-contained meals such as macaroni and cheese, ravioli, cup of soup and oatmeal. For the shelter: hot glue guns, Tupperware, lip balm, deodorant

Contact: Maggie Lush

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