Shopping Guide of Most Needed Items

Use this handy shopping guide when deciding what to donate to NK Fishline or when preparing for a food drive: Most Needed Items o Canned Fruits (peaches and pears)o Canned Soupso Canned Vegetableso Peanut Buttero Boxed Meals (Augratin potatoes, Hamburger Helper, etc.)o Diapers (Sizes 4, 5, 6)o Pork and beans Other Often Needed Items o […]


Community Events, Week of September 17

Image source:  Wikipedia Tonight, September 18 — Kitsap Community Resources presents “The Psychology of Spending” — Learn the hidden influences on spending and how to have a healthy approach by learning from Kitsap Credit Union presenters, 5:30 to 7 pm.  Note that this will be at the new South Kitsap Site, 3200 SE Rainshadow Crt, Port […]


Neighbors Helping Neighbors: In Her Own Words

The economy hit a major low, and I was feeling depressed about how it was affecting so many people, myself included. That’s when I remembered my parents saying “Don’t think about yourself, serve others and you’ll feel better in no time.” That statement is so true, and I became a North Kitsap Fishline food bank […]


Sponsor a Child: Be a Backpack Friend

You can be a very special part of a child’s life — by becoming a Backpack Friend, you can assure local children the nutrition they need.  Read more about the Food for Thought program here.  Click here to sponsor a child for one month: $25 Click here to sponsor a child for one semester: $100 Click here to […]


“Breakfast at Sally’s” Author to Speak on October 6th

“One day, Richard LeMieux had a happy marriage, a palatial home, and took $40,000 Greek vacations. The next, he was living out of a van with only his dog, Willow, for company. This astonishingly frank memoir tells the story of one man’s resilience in the face of economic disaster. Penniless, a failed suicide, estranged from […]