Be a helper.
The residents and staff at Life Care Center of Kirkland have been going through a difficult time and we want to come alongside them to provide encouragement, hope and practical help. One way we can help is by providing meals for the employees there. We’ve coordinated with the leadership at Life Care to arrange two meals a day for their staff through April 15. Click here to sign up.
With the spread of COVID-19, needs are on the rise and there are fewer eligible donors. If you’re healthy, consider providing life-saving blood to others through organizations such as Bloodworks Northwest.
They have cancelled all off-site blood drives for the month of March, but you can still give blood at one of their donation centers. Click here to see a list of donation centers. Keep in mind that blood donations are currently by appointment only, so you’ll need to contact them before going in. For FAQ’s around donating blood during the COVID-19 outbreak, click here.
Many cannot afford to stock up on food during this time, and may be facing hunger. When you go shopping, consider buying some extra items for your local food bank, or just donate money. Click here for a list of Seattle-area food banks.
Children are home from school during this time, which means that many families’ needs are on the rise. Consider donating to the Northshore Schools Foundation or Lake Washington Schools Foundation to help support families in your district with needs.
100% of Northshore Community Church’s compassion fund provides financial relief for families in our community with immediate needs. The assistance we give can be in the form of food cards, bill payments, or other types of resources. Click here to donate.
"Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping."
– Mr. Rogers