Catholic Community Services Southwest gives a sheltered place where people encountering homelessness can get: a dinner, cleanliness things, garments, psychological well-being treatment, a great night's rest, regard, and chances to create asserting and engaging associations with staff, and start a realistic process of earning income and getting housing.
Catholic Community Services provides a meal for those over age 60 and in the Japanese community. There is a $3 suggested donation. Those who are younger than 60 can also attend for an additional cost. Reservations are asked for.
The Catholic Community Services provides frozen, home delivered meals that are specially made for the dietary needs of seniors for the disabled seniors who find it hard to prepare nutritious meals. The prepare a meal per person for every day of the week. The meals are delivered once a week…
Those over 60 and are in the Hispanic community can get a meal at the Catholic Community Services. There is a request for a donation of $3 but it is not required. Those younger than 60 are welcome with an additional fee. Reservations are asked for.
If you're over age 60 and in the African American community, you can get a meal at the Catholic Community Services in Pierce County. There is no cost! However, a $3 per meal suggested donation is encouraged. However those younger than 60 are welcome with an additional fee. Reservations asked.
The Buckley Kiwanis Foundation offers non-perishable food items and limited perishable items, which include meat, margarine or butter, and eggs to those who live within the white river school district once a month. They also provide limited amounts of bread, pastries, and vegetables that residents can get more often.