Our Community Speaks: Fishline Listens

In September Fishline sent out a Brand Survey to the community to collect information for our ongoing efforts to improve Fishline and Second Season Thrift store. We loved hearing from you and appreciated all the input! Here is some of the feedback we received, along with Fishline’s response: A better drop off and storage area […]

Making Birthday Wishes Come True

You can find Tricia Beene and her husband, James at the Poulsbo Farmers Market on most Saturdays, where they serve as “Ambassadors,” answering guest’s questions. Years ago, the couple volunteered at Fishline, where James was known as one of the “Dough Boys,” the group of men that did the Monday morning bread runs. Tricia was […]

Puget Sound Energy, Fishline Food Bank celebrate new solar array 

Fishline was awarded $100k Green Power Solar Grant   BELLEVUE, Wash. (8/2/2023)– The panels are installed, solar energy is flowing and the ribbon is ready to be cut at Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services’ new solar array, funded through Puget Sound Energy’s Green Power and Solar Choice programs.   The $100,000 granted to Fishline earlier this year was […]

Puget Sound Energy awards nearly $800K in solar installation grants, including Fishline!

All recipients offer support services to low-income and BIPOC community members within PSE’s electric service area Bellevue, Washington (2/21/2023) Puget Sound Energy, through its Green Power and Solar Choice programs, has awarded $753,620 in grant funding to nine organizations and tribes across its electric service area to install new solar projects. Recipients range from local […]

Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services Appoints New Executive Director Charlie Thompson

[POULSBO, WA, FEBRUARY 13, 2023] After a broad search that identified multiple top-notch candidates, Fishline Food Bank and Comprehensive Services is thrilled to announce that the Board of Directors has named Charlie Thompson the new Executive Director. Thompson’s extensive experience and background in non-profits and similarly run organizations in Tacoma and Minnesota proved to be […]