End Summer Hunger Food Drive

June 2-6


This year's summer food drive will benefit Hopelink's "End Summer Hunger" campaign that will take place June 2-6.

www.hope-link.org


Please bring a non-perishable food donation to your classrooms (there will be a box located in each classroom) during that week. Items that are a priority include: Cereal, Peanut Butter, Jam/Jelly, Tuna, Crackers, Granola Bars, Healthy Snacks and Mac & Cheese. 

Thank you for your support of local families in need! If you have questions, please contact Tennille Marx at tbmarx33@gmail.com.



Share the Spirit of the Season
Toy & Gift Drive Dec. 2-6

This year’s toy and gift drive will take place during Book Fair Week December 2nd-6th! Spread some holiday cheer and make the holidays brighter for someone in need by donating an unwrapped toy or gift. There will be drop boxes in every classroom, as well as a big, gift-wrapped box in the library. Remember books make GREAT gifts! Please contact Tennille Marx with any questions tbmarx33@gmail.com 




Collecting Donations for
Seattle Animal Shelter Oct. 18th
Our Pet Food Drive is fast approaching. Start collecting your donations of pet food, toys and supplies so you have them ready for Movie Night, Friday, Oct. 18th at 6:30 pm. Items will be donated to the Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation. For a complete list of items that the shelter is looking for please open this Wish List.



Fall Food Drive

November 4-8, 2013


During Arrowhead’s fall food drive week, please consider bringing a non-perishable food donation to your classrooms (there will be a box located in each classroom).  All donations will go to the Northshore Community Kitchen. This is a new program that provides food for families in need in our community.  It is a partnership between the Northshore Council PTSA and the Northshore YMCA. 


The kitchen uses the following items on a regular basis and would really appreciate the donations:

Non-food items:  Paper towels, rolls of wax paper, latex-free food service gloves (medium size), boxes of re-sealable sandwich baggies

Non-perishable food items:  jars of jam, boxes of granola bars, packages of pretzels, 14 oz (or larger) cans of beans (no meat) i.e. white, navy or garbanzo, 14 oz (or larger) cans of peaches or pears, bags of long grain rice, boxes of short (ie elbow or spiral) pasta.

Thank you for your support of local families in need!  If you have questions, please contact Tennille Marx at tbmarx33@gmail.com.



Need Winter Coats?

 

Do you know a family in need of winter coats this season?  Or would you like to help a family? 

 

Check out the Threads and Treads flyer for more information.


 

Social Services Volunteer Description

 

To organize and publicize events, such as food drives and fundraisers, that will help community members in need during designated times of the year, e.g., fall care drive, December gift card/toy drive, spring fundraiser for Hopelink.