Location: Lewis County

Lewis County, Washington, is the sixth largest county in Washington State. It includes the cities of Centralia, Chehalis, Napavine, Randle, Morton, Packwood, Winlock, Mossyrock, Pe Ell, Toledo, Vader, Cinebar and Mineral. This county is home to The Chronicle newspaper and the popular Lewis County Sirens news service. It is home to the Chehalis and Meshall tribal people. It also hosts an annual youth fair and, of course, the Lewis County Fair (also known as the Southwest Washington Fair or SWW Fair). It was once known for its booming logging, milling and railroad industries. The Great Recession took a huge toll on Lewis County and the area is still recovering. Many people are unemployed or underemployed. Families are struggling. Does this sound familiar? If you’re looking for low income assistance in this area, we’ve mapped all the food banks, clothing banks, and other charitable agencies and organizations in this area. Browse our listings to find agencies that will help you with free car repair, free food, free clothing, free transportation, free hair cuts, free meals and more. We can even help you find financial assistance to help you pay your rent or utility bills!