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Ways you can help our
Our Current Needs
Thank you so much for the
generous giving to our
We currently need:
Small kitchen appliances
Or you can donate money
and we will shop for you!
Thank you so much to those of you who faithfully provide for our needs.
Volunteers for the clothing bank
(Click on the button and download
the volunteer application!)
Thanks for your faithful
giving to help our clients!
New Hope's Housing and Homelessness Task Force meets the second and last Tuesday of each month at Colbert Presbyterian Church at 1:30.
Our meetings are open to the public!
We love your donations, but we would appreciate it if they are clean so our volunteers are able to make them available to our clients immediately. Thank you so much.
We are no longer open on Wednesday evening.
Check out why you should volunteer as a senior, then go to our volunteer page to see how you can volunteer at New Hope.
Read: Why you should Volunteer
News from the Food Pantry October 2022
Beginning October 3, the North County Food Pantry is expanding its hours on Mondays from 10:00am to 2:00pm. This extra hour of operation will allow us to serve more people and reduce wait times for clients. We ask that clients arrive by 1:45 to ensure service.
We are also asking that during the upcoming cold and flu season, anyone experiencing symptoms remain in their cars and call us from the parking lot at 509-292-2530. We will fill your order and bring it to your vehicle. We are committed to protecting the health of clients and volunteers, especially those who are immune compromised.
Local faith communities provide support for the North County Food Pantry in many significant ways. Country Church of the Open Bible (CCOB) has generously offered space for many years to the Pantry. Improvements to our facility have been underwritten by CCOB and other local churches and faith-based service organizations. Recently the Latter Day Saints donated over 500 pounds of food staples. Every month, St. Joseph Catholic Church collects food from their parishioners and delivers it to our food bank. A congregation from North Spokane shares baked goods twice a week that they collect from grocery and warehouse merchants. Several local churches make monthly financial contributions and many of our volunteers are members of local churches. Volunteers serve inside the Pantry, in our community garden and as drivers picking up donations from around the area. The support of faithful and committed congregants allows us to meet the growing needs of people in our community.
It’s harvest time at our Community Garden! Literally tons of fresh produce is being distributed to our neighbors in Elk and Chattaroy. Many, many thanks to Chris and his amazing crew who work tirelessly to plant, tend, and harvest our garden. (And they seem to have a lot of fun working together!) In addition, many local gardeners are sharing their bounty with us. We are grateful.
Lastly, we are again selling beautiful 2023 wall calendars as a fundraiser. The cost is $7 and they make great Christmas gifts. Stop by and pick one up.
New Hope loves donations! Many donations are left after hours. If you are leaving donations after hours please make sure they are under our roof or under the youth house deck roof. If they are out in the rain and snow it will ruin many of the donations.