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It can be confusing to figure out if you are eligible for SNAP benefits.  Call FISH today and speak to Brandon Kapp to register by phone!  (509) 925-5990 Ext. 809 or brandon@kvfish.org.  

In order to receive food stamp benefits through Washington Basic Food program, youll have to meet various qualification requirements, such as:

You must be a resident of state of Washington.
You must be a U.S citizen or a lawfully admitted resident who meets residency requirements. Some non-citizens can also qualify to receive Basic Food benefits.
Your household income must meet income limits set for the program i.e. up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
Your resources should be under $2001, including checking and savings accounts.
If a household is responsible for person aged above 60 or disabled, permitted resources can be up to $3001.
You household income will be monthly earned and unearned income. Unearned income includes cash benefits you receive through SSI, retirements etc.

The program will also consider your expenses in order to determine your eligibility for the program. Expenses such as rent and payments for child care will affect your eligibility for Basic Food program.

It can be confusing to figure out if you are eligible for SNAP benefits. Call FISH today and speak to Brandon Kapp to register by phone! (509) 925-5990 Ext. 809 or [email protected]

In order to receive food stamp benefits through Washington Basic Food program, you'll have to meet various qualification requirements, such as:

You must be a resident of state of Washington.
You must be a U.S citizen or a lawfully admitted resident who meets residency requirements. Some non-citizens can also qualify to receive Basic Food benefits.
Your household income must meet income limits set for the program i.e. up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
Your resources should be under $2001, including checking and savings accounts.
If a household is responsible for person aged above 60 or disabled, permitted resources can be up to $3001.
You household income will be monthly earned and unearned income. Unearned income includes cash benefits you receive through SSI, retirements etc.

The program will also consider your expenses in order to determine your eligibility for the program. Expenses such as rent and payments for child care will affect your eligibility for Basic Food program.
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FISH is excited to present KERNEL, Kids Eating Right – Nutrition and Exercise for Life programs at our Food4All Farm at FISH!
KERNEL had its first year in Summer 2019, but was postponed last year due to COVID-19. 

Each Friday from 12-1, FISH will be helping kids learn about nutrition, gardening and exercise at our Food4All Farm at FISH located at 804 Elmview Road. 

Volunteers will help kids navigate all the cool activities we have planned!

July 23rd Farm Bingo
July 30th My Plate
August 6th Make Your Own Superhero
August 13th Plant a Seed

FISH is excited to present KERNEL, Kids Eating Right – Nutrition and Exercise for Life programs at our Food4All Farm at FISH!
KERNEL had its first year in Summer 2019, but was postponed last year due to COVID-19.

Each Friday from 12-1, FISH will be helping kids learn about nutrition, gardening and exercise at our Food4All Farm at FISH located at 804 Elmview Road.

Volunteers will help kids navigate all the cool activities we have planned!

July 23rd Farm Bingo
July 30th My Plate
August 6th Make Your Own Superhero
August 13th Plant a Seed
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Mobile Pantry Mike will be bringing fresh, frozen and shelf stable fruit, veggies, meat, poultry, eggs, dairy, bakery, deli and pantry items for you to shop from at this free food distribution.  ID is no longer required and everyone who could use help in their grocery budget is encouraged to come shop!  We are a client choice pantry, so you just take what you need!  Please help  us reach anyone who could use the help.  
The Mobile Pantry is in the parking lot behind Roslyn Presbyterian Church every other Thursday from 1-3.

Mobile Pantry Mike will be bringing fresh, frozen and shelf stable fruit, veggies, meat, poultry, eggs, dairy, bakery, deli and pantry items for you to shop from at this free food distribution. ID is no longer required and everyone who could use help in their grocery budget is encouraged to come shop! We are a client choice pantry, so you just take what you need! Please help us reach anyone who could use the help.
The Mobile Pantry is in the parking lot behind Roslyn Presbyterian Church every other Thursday from 1-3.
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Food Bank Food Pantry

Open Table Meals

SNAP Enrollment

“We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men.” – Herman Melville

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Household Shopping Visits

Pounds Of Food Received

Volunteer Hours Served

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