Volunteers needed at the Tukwila Pantry
The Tukwila Pantry serves about 25% of the Tukwila residential population. That’s a lot of food that moves into food bags and into peoples’ homes. That’s more than a million pounds of food a year. Along with moving this amount of food there’s the need to help package bulk items into smaller sizes, stock shelves, data entry, breaking down boxes, sorting produce and canned goods, registering clients, picking up food at their source, helping to raise funds. Tukwila Pantry needs volunteer help to help meet the tremendous need to keep people from going hungry. If you are interested please contact the Pantry at 206-431-8293.
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About Tukwila Human Services
The Office of Human Services helps connect Tukwila residents with a broad range of programs to meet a variety of social service needs. Some of these include access to food banks, healthcare assistance, counseling, housing stability supports, domestic violence services, and more, through partnerships and grants with local non-profit agencies. The City also has a housing repair program available for Tukwila homeowners who meet income guidelines.
In addition, English language services and family support for refugees and immigrants help our international residents meet their needs. Tukwila’s award winning Community Connectors program, in partnership with Global to Local and Forterra, allows new residents a meaningful link to their city.
Residents can call the office at 433-7180 or 433-7181 for assistance or to set up an in-person appointment.
Non-profits seeking to work, connect, or apply for funding during the bi-annual funding cycle in Tukwila, are encouraged to contact the Human Services division to learn about existing networking, partnership, and collaboration opportunities.
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- Homeless Individual/Family Resources
- Homelessness Facts for King County
- Tukwila Area Food Banks
- What Happens After You Contact Adult Protective Services (APS)
- A Guide to Landlord and Tenant Issues
- Start Your Recovery (Substance Abuse)
Housing Repair Services