News & Media

Quarterly Newsletter

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Podcasts & Articles 

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2021 Podcast: Compass & Clock's Mary Coupland talks with Maria Metzler, Executive Director about free services at Helpline House.

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Turkey Trot leaves Helpline House stuffed with donations

Spring 2019 Page 26 Give and Receive

Food Donations Collected for Helpline House

Nonprofits struggled alongside clients during recession

Press Releases

K5 Team Harvest and Safeway Connect Bainbridge Community

Tools for School for local students  returning to online classrooms.

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Helpline House's Guiding Principles for

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for

Social and Print Media

How we select photos and improve representation:

1. Collect fair representation. Select images to show a wide range of demographics and a

fair representation of our community members among our social media, website, quarterly

newsletters, thank you cards, posters and handouts, etc.

2. Show, Don't Tell. Reflect our organizations values through images of people or groups

through a lens of diversity and equity that represent, connect, uplift and support many

community households, staff members, board members, donors and volunteers throughout

the circle of giving and receiving all year long.

3. Take a step back. Review the following questions before publishing any of our creative

content, so we don't come off as insensitive:

  • Taking time before making a post or finalizing a campaign to think about the impact of our content.

  • Review content with questions such are we appropriating elements of a marginalized culture?

  • Are we using insensitive images, language or phrases that have racist origins or
    insensitive connotations?

  • Are we sharing the voice of someone who is considered racist or harmful to the BIPOC community?

Logos: Official Helpline House logo

Helpline House Food Bank and Social Services of Bainbridge Island

Helpline House is a community non-profit agency providing an umbrella of social services striving to help our Bainbridge Island neighbors to meet essential needs.  Basic services are provided cost-free, regardless of income.  Needs are defined broadly and not always financial.  Any community member in crisis or in need of consultation is welcome. 

Need after hours or emergency services?

Address

282 Knechtel Way NE

Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

 

Donations

Mon - Fri, except Weds

9 - 11 AM
 

Food Bank Curbside Pickup

Mon - Fri, except Weds

12 PM - 4 PM

Social Work

Remote Services Only Via Phone
Weekdays 9 AM - 5 PM

Phone

(206) 842.7621

Email

helpline@helplinehouse.org

Fax

(206) 842-9867

Helpline House has a policy of non-discrimination regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual preference, age, disability or veteran’s status, and is in compliance with all requirements of law and regulations with respect to employment, volunteer participation or service delivery.