Little Helpers Making a Big Difference

Jennifer Bunstock and her four children bring food in for the NK Fishline community every month. Between her extreme couponing and her savvy shopping at the Navy Commissary, they bring in a whopping 250-350 pounds every month for our clients. Just wanted to share these adorable photos.  We admire her for teaching her children the value of […]


What Is An E-Box?

An example of what an E-box may contain. In addition to the Front Market Services, NK Fishline provides an E-box for families in need.  Emergency food boxes, also known as an “E-boxes”, are available to clients once per month. The size of these boxes depends on the size of your family, and includes food for […]


Top Ten Reasons to Volunteer

#10: It’s good for you. Volunteering provides physical and mental rewards. It: Reduces stress: Experts report that when you focus on someone other than yourself, it interrupts usual tension-producing patterns. Makes you healthier: Moods and emotions, like optimism, joy, and control over one’s fate, strengthen the immune system. #9: It saves resources. Volunteering provides valuable community services […]


Community Events, Week of August 13

This photo of Sluys Poulsbo Bakery is courtesy of TripAdvisor On Wednesday, August 15,  Suquamish Church of Christ will host a community dinner between 5-7pm.  This is a weekly event. All are welcome.  On Thursday, August 16, First Lutheran Church in Poulsbo will host a community dinner between 5-6pm.  This is a weekly event.  All are welcome.  On […]


Poulsbo BrewCrawl to Raise Funds for NK Fishline

Do you have a favorite Poulsbo Brewery? Help them win bragging rights of being Poulsbo’s Most Popular Brewery while giving to NK Fishline! Here’s how it works:   Pick up your “passport” & raffle ticket for $10 (you can  pick one up at Marina Market, right down the stairs from the food bank or any […]