Fishline Market Reopening, Volunteers Urgently Needed

Click here to read our PDF version. January 20, 2021 SUBJECT: Fishline Market Reopening, Volunteers Urgently Needed Good evening, all, The Fishline Market team would like to inform our volunteers that we received notification that a volunteer tested positive for Covid-19, after working in our downstairs Market for several days. Fishline is taking immense precautions […]

Covid-19 Building Closure Announcement

Read the full announcement here. January 19, 2021 Dear Staff, Clients, and Volunteers, Please be advised that Fishline was notified that a volunteer who worked in the Market on January 12th, 14th, and 19th has tested positive for COVID-19. The volunteer notified Fishline’s Volunteer Manager the afternoon of January 19th that they were exhibiting symptoms while working in the Market. As […]

Fishline’s 2020 Holiday Hours

To give our clients and community advance notice, we have listed our holiday hours for Thanksgiving and Christmas below. Clients with questions should call our main office at 360-779-5190. Happy holidays! Please CLICK HERE to see hours in Spanish.Haga clic aquí para ver la versión en español. Thanksgiving Week Hours: EXTENDED HOURS on Monday (11/23) […]

Fishline to Host “Empty Bowl” Virtual Luncheon on November 20th

Kitsap community members are invited to join Fishline Food Bank and Comprehensive Services for “Empty Bowl”, a virtual luncheon bringing together Fishline’s volunteers, supporters, and neighbors. Taking place on November 20th, the luncheon will provide the opportunity for community members to engage with Fishline’s new COVID-19 process, hear client stories about how Fishline has impacted […]

Fishline to Launch “Fresh Start”, A Mobile Shower Service on October 5

Fishline Food Bank & Comprehensive Services is excited to announce Fresh Start, a mobile shower program for our unsheltered community members who do not have access to a shower. Fresh Start aims to promote the physical, emotional, and mental health of North Kitsap County’s most vulnerable individuals. “Unsheltered people are exposed to life-threatening illness every […]