Bainbridge Island


Volunteer Kitsap -

Bainbridge Island Community Foundation -

Bainbridge Island Art Museum -

The Borgen Project -

City of Bainbridge Island -

Island Volunteer Caregivers -


Islandwood -

KiDiMu -

Bainbridge Island Land and Trust -

Salish Sea Expeditions

Bainbridge Island School District -

Bainbridge Island Fire Department -

Other ways to volunteer:

  • A hospital

  • Your local library

  • Food kitchen or pantry

  • Walk a dog

  • Take an elderly person to get groceries

  • Run errands for someone who can’t get out

  • Read to people

  • Visit a nursing home and read, play bingo, hug someone

  • Try looking up your zip code in Google and learning about what’s around you. Chances are you’ll see needs you were previously unaware of.

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?

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. 


282 Knechtel Way NE

Bainbridge Island, WA 98110



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


(206) 842.7621



(206) 842-9867