. We are currently collecting funds and gift cards to support our annual Holiday Baskets program. Click on the Donate button above to make a tax deductible donation to Council. To volunteer at our Holiday Baskets distribution event (w/Covid safety precautions!), click here.
The WORKS is open by appointment only on Wednesdays from 6:30pm-8:00pm. Please see the WORKS page for more information. Family and Student Supports
Shoreline PTA Council is pleased to be working with our community partners to support students and families during the COVID-19 pandemic and building capacity for serving the broader community. If you are in need of support (or can lend support), please check out the information below. Shoreline School District Families and Staff Community Facebook page
Community Food Support
Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) is offering to-go meals with drive through/walk-up at Spartan Recreation Center (202 NE 185th St, Shoreline, drive back to the rear door) from 11:30am - 12:30pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Meals are for kids AND adults. No sign-ups necessary – just drop by! Schedule: Monday – two lunches and a pack of four breakfast meals Wednesday – two meals Friday - one meal and weekend food pack (includes 6 meals) Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-538-6567 with any questions.
Food Bank Home Delivery! United Way of King County, Food Lifeline, the City of Seattle and Metro Access are offering home delivery of emergency food across Seattle, North King County and East King County during COVID-19. This resource is available to anyone who: - Lives in Seattle, North King County or East King County - Is unable to access their local food bank in person - Is unable to afford groceries To order a food box, fill out this online form https://bit.ly/3dG81ot, or call United Way of King County at 1-833-540-0800, Monday through Friday from 11 am - 4 pm. At this time, households can order up to three food boxes per delivery. You can also find a nearby food bank at www.foodlifeline.org/need-food.
WithinReach hotline (1-800-322-2588) can help families apply for food benefit programs along with provide connection to additional food resources (in a variety of languages) www.withinreachwa.org
Little Free Pantries
Ballinger: On the corner of NE 198th St. & 14th Ave. NE (Facebook Page)
Briarcrest Little Free Pantry (14511 25th Ave. NE, in front of Shoreline United Methodist Church)
Briarcrest neighborhood - Prince of Peach Lutheran Church, 14514 20th Ave NE
Echo Lake/Northridge: 20008 6th ave NE (park on 200th side)
Echo Lake: Shoreline Covenant Church, N 185th and Ashworth Ave N
Richmond Beach, First Lutheran Church: 18354 8th Ave NW
Shoreline: 20346 21st Ave. NE. (Corner of NE 205th St. & 21st Ave. NE)
St. Barnabas Anglican Church/Parkwood: 2340 N. 155th St. (across from Twin Ponds Park)
The Triangle Little Free Shed: 14544 Evanston Ave. N.
Stay SAFe Pet Pantry: 14717 Aurora Ave. N in front of the Seattle Area Feline Rescue (take what you need for your pets or leave supplies for others)
Are you in need of utility support, rental assistance or transportation funds? Contact: - Hopelink (206-440-7300) - Shoreline Community Cares(Call 206-496-3116 to schedule a phone interview; no eviction notice or utility shut off required. Includes funds from City of Shoreline grant, as well as other funds from local churches and individuals.) - North Helpline (206-365-8043)
Donate food items (preferably only what you already have on hand) and provide funding support for food and rent assistance through North Helpline(12736 33rd Ave. NE, Seattle). 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Tues., Thurs., & Fri. Ring doorbell next to double doors on side of the top of driveway - do not enter warehouse.