Opportunities to Serve:
North Point’s LUGG’s (Legion of Useful Guys and Gals) will be rescheduling its 3/28 Big Spring Service event and will be moving forward with Small Spring Service events. You are invited to participate and serve at a time that works for you. We still want to complete the necessary Spring cleanup and to make our church property look more welcoming to all the students who see us from across the street. There are a variety of 2 – 3 hour tasks to choose from (weeding, sod removal, cleaning gutters and the Red House siding, pressure washing sidewalks….). You will be working in teams of 2 – 3. Tools will be provided. Contact Tom Curran (360-908-0213 or business@northpointpoulsbo) to schedule your Small Spring Service time.
Serving with Coffee Oasis’s Late Night: has been rescheduled to a later date. Please visit Coffee Oasis’ website for ways you can give directly to their organization online. Contact Ty Brillhart at email@example.com with questions.
Community Dinner at North Point We are putting together a plan to serve a grab and go meal, open to everyone in the community. If you are interested in helping to box these meals or donate desserts, please contact to Mary Heino at firstname.lastname@example.org be a part of the assembly team. We will announce the date as soon as we are able.
Join Us On Sowing Sunday: On March 29th we will share a communication on how to begin sowing seeds for both our “Garden of Feedin'” and your at home growing seasons! Tune in for a special tutorial as well as a special guest from Fishline who will teach us about Fishline’s Grow a Row program and how we can participate with our own gardens at home or volunteer at the food bank. Please contact Darla at email@example.com if you have questions.
Blessing Bags: We will be putting together Blessing Bags for Fishline’s homeless clients until Easter Sunday. We will accept: travel size toothpaste, toothbrushes, dental floss, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, bar soap, hand sanitizer, travel size shampoo/conditioner, shaving cream, disposable razors, and hand towels. You can also collect these items at your place of employment, or with your community organizations. Please email Alane at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to drop off your donations.
Fishline Volunteer Opportunity Fishline has a greatly reduced volunteer force, as many of their volunteers are over 60 or have high risk health conditions. Currently they are putting together custom food boxes for client pick up and are in need of younger volunteers with no existing health conditions to come and work at the food bank. There are limited shifts available, as they are only up to 6 helpers at one time permitted, but all are welcome. Please email email@example.com if you are available.