Many thanks to all who participated in the December food and toy drive. Toys and gift cards were delivered to the Eastside Baby Corner and gift cards to the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank. Some gift cards were held in reserve for emergent needs.
The Community Outreach team will hold another food drive on behalf of the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank on January 9th, from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Members can also pick up their 2021 OSLC offering envelopes at this time.
Following is a list of items needed by the individuals and families in our community during this time of severe distress. Please bring them by on January 9th, or if its more convenient for you, send a check to OSLC to the attention of the Community Outreach Committee and we’ll get it to the Food Bank.
Thank you for your generosity.
Community Outreach Chair
Emergency Needs List
Listed in order of priority:
Protein drinks (Boost, Ensure)
Rice a Roni
Adult diapers (size S/M)
Size 5 & 6 diapers
Hearty soups (such as Progresso or chunky Campbells -regular and gluten free)
Pasta sauce (preferably canned or plastic jars)
Spaghetti noodles – regular and gluten free
Canned fish (tuna, salmon) (5 oz cans)
Canned meat (pork, chicken) (5-12 oz cans)
Condiments (especially ketchup and mustard)
Baking items (salt, sugar, flour – reg. and gluten free) (small size bags – approx. 2 pounds)
White rice (1-2 pound bags)
Boxed mac & cheese (regular and gluten free)
Granola bars (higher protein preferred)
Jam/jelly (12-15 oz jars)
Canned vegetables (corn, mixed veggies, green beans, etc.)
Peanut butter (16-28 oz jars)
Pancake mix – regular and gluten free (just add water preferred)