> 211 Call Center
If you are in need of resources during this time, such as...
Call 211 Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.
They will direct you to resources in your area.
You can also search their public database at wa211.org.
The WIOA program (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) is presently enrolling. Here are some of our services: One/One career coaching, paid internship opportunities, 24 remote access to career content, one on one life coaching, OJT training, education tuition assistance, and much more. Contact Rhoda Simmons: EMAIL or PHONE: (253) 905-1827.
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Backpacks 4 Kids: Food insecurity is a reality for hundreds of children in Pierce County. Working with school counselors in the Franklin Pierce School District, the Backpacks 4 Kids program identifies hungry children in local schools and supplies them with child-friendly, food items to feed them through the weekend. You can be a part of our packing team! Contact Kristi Kellogg to view the online schedules.
Abundance Garden: Contact Kristi Kellogg.
Money can't buy everything we need, but it does help in times of crisis. Benevolence requests are paid directly to utility companies, landlords, and other vendors in order to assist with immediate, one-time needs during this challenging time. You can email Nora Gass to learn more about how our Benevolence Fund works and how to ensure we can assist people into the future.
Select "Benevolence Fund" in the dropdown menu.
Faith in Action is channeling much needed resources to the extremely poor and homeless children in our area. If you would like to help us provide food, gas, and hygiene products, click the donate button below.
Select "Faith in Action Ministry" in the dropdown menu.