Food Banks Do More Than Feed Suburban Poor

Great video from MSNBC on how food banks help to stabilize a family in need. Food banks do more than feed suburban poorSarah Nelson of Sister Carmen Community Center (www.sistercarmen.org) says food banks do more than just put food on the table. They can help struggling families get back on their feet financially. Lester Holt […]


Can You Speak Vietnamese or Polish?

Can you read, write, and speak a foreign language? NK Fishline could use your help! Specifically we are looking for people who can translate Vietnamese or Polish.  We are undergoing some changes to our front market structure and it would be great to be able to serve our clients who don’t speak English well or […]


Small Tasks That Make a BIG Difference at Fishline!

Want to volunteer?Don’t have a lot of spare time? The staff at Fishline has a multitude of simple and quick tasks that are easy to fit into an active week. However it’s those little things that add up and put a squeeze on our already busy schedules. Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Gavin — if you have […]


Community Events, Week of June 12

This week’s events: On Wednesday, June 13,  Suquamish Church of Christ will host a community dinner between 5-7pm.  This is a weekly event. All are welcome! On Thursday, June 14,  First Lutheran Church in Poulsbo will host their weekly community dinner between 5-6pm.  This is also a weekly event where all are welcome! Also on […]


Unique Poulsbo Tote Bags Created for NK Fishline!

Be green, give a donation to Fishline, and save our planet by buying the reusable, blue tote bags sold at Second Season and Marina Market.  Local artist, Michelle Amicucci, of FrontStreet Gallery in downtown Poulsbo, painted a beautiful watercolor painting depicting our scenic town. A blend of familiar icons, the Nordic flag, the red clock, […]