The food bank opens to more support, services and referrals.
THE IMPACT OF GIVING & RECEIVING
on BAINBRIDGE ISLAND
528 BRIGHTER VACATIONS
Kids' Pantry provided 528 bags of kid-friendly food throughout vacations and holidays.
684 SENIORS ASSISTED
During Medicare Open Enrollment, vouchers, free medical equipment, and other support through out the year.
817 LOW INCOME
Housing and homeless services provided: rent/utilities, transportation and more.
“It’s good to know I have an ally on the island!”
“I’m thankful for Helpline House. You help me navigate my life with a lot more happiness”.
“I don’t say it enough but thank you very much. Things are going really good for me right now and being able to come here just gives me that extra nudge. It is really helpful. I am young and I am capable…..”
“I haven’t sent a thank you card yet but I want you to know that you guys saved my life. Where would I have been without you and here you were – right in my own backyard!”
When I was a child my single mother and I received a lot of support from Helpline House. Everything from Christmas presents, school supplies, food, shoes and other social services. As a lower income family on Bainbridge Island and my mother being disabled I'm not sure how we would have survived without this place. I've never forgotten the kind people from Helpline House. Anonymous Helpline House client
Helpline House offers an umbrella of social services and invites the community to become a part of a circle of giving and receiving help - Neighbor helping Neighbor.