Donate

FISH would be nothing without your help! Thank you for considering the many ways you can donate to FISH!

TIME

FISH runs almost entirely on volunteers.  Consider giving your time to sort groceries, help with the distribution of food to clients, work the front office, make and serve hot meals or make a Grocery Rescue run to our local partners.  Interested?  There’s more information on our Volunteers page.

MONETARY DONATIONS

FISH Community Food Bank depends on your generous gifts and donations to feed our hungry neighbors in Kittitas County.  At FISH, we are consistently striving to be the best stewards possible of the funds entrusted to us, wisely stretching every dollar received to do the most good.

Donate Online

If you prefer, you may mail your gift to:

FISH Community Food Bank

P.O. Box 85

Ellensburg, WA 98926

Please make your check payable to FISH Community Food Bank.

Alternative Monetary Donations

  • We greatly appreciate and respect those FISH Supporters who choose to acknowledge us in their will.  If you have questions about how to do this, or what it entails, please call our Executive Director, Peggy Morache at 509-925-5990.
  • We also accept donations of appreciated stock. This is another great way to help out FISH Community Food Bank.
  • Additionally, there is the option of supporting FISH by contributing funds earmarked for the Endowment Fund.  FISH’s long-term goal is to become self-sustainable and this will greatly help!

GROCERY DONATIONS

  • Note: For food safety reasons, FISH cannot accept home processed food- including eggs, meat, canned goods, baked goods etc.

Food Donation Location and Hours

Food donations may be made to the FISH location of 1513 N. B St. (behind Mercer Creek Church). 

Monday – Thursday: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Friday: 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Here are items that FISH needs:

  • NOTE: Look for pop-top cans, low sodium or lite options.
  • Cans of:  Ravioli, Spaghettios, Chili, Corn, Beans, Fruit, Tuna fish
  • Breakfast Bars and Pop Tarts for Kids
  • Fruit snacks, Fruit Roll-Ups, Etc.
  • Any fresh fruits and vegetables – especially navel oranges
  • Frozen meats – store bought or packed by a certified butcher
  • Pasta Sauce
  • Baby Food & Diapers
  • Small, unopened toiletry items such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, razors, and feminine hygiene products
  • NOTE: For food safety reasons, FISH cannot accept home processed foods.

Interested in running a Food Drive?

Access our Food Drive Kit which has all the information you need.

If you have any questions regarding making a donation to FISH Community Food Bank, please call Elise Warren at 509-925-5990.

Please read our Donor Bill of Rights for more information.

FISH is a registered 501(c)3 charity and our Tax ID # is 91-1059920.

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