FISH reduces hunger in our community and responds with compassion to people in crisis.
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We are pleased to announce that we recently received a grant from the Mercy Foundation for $500 per month between March 2018 and September 2018 for our children’s emergency medications program.
The final results for the February Roseburg Food Project collection of donated food are: 9,644 pounds were collected by 64 Neighborhood Coordinators from 583 food donors. Great job by all of our food donors, Neighborhood Coordinators and those that helped with the drop-off of the green bags of donated food on February 9 and 10. The next RFP pick up day will be Saturday, April 14.
Great job by local businesses supporting the Roseburg Food Project and the FISH Food Pantry:
The Fall Food Drive at the five local grocery stores was very successful. The results were 4,485 pounds of food collected and $1,011 donated. A big THANK YOU to all of our volunteers who helped and to the five grocery stores, Sherms Thunderbird, Fred Meyer, Albertsons, Safeway, and Grocery Outlet.
We are extremely pleased to announce the receipt of a grant for $20,000 in August 2017 from the C. Giles Hunt Charitable Fund.
Watercolors by the late Rev. Phyllis Stelson have been reproduced as note cards. She was a champion of food pantries in Douglas County. Proceeds from the sale of the cards benefit FISH Food Pantry. They can be purchased at the pantry. Set of four cards for $4.Thanks to Fred Meyer for the donation of a few of their old grocery carts to the FISH Food Pantry for use by our clients at the Pantry.