COVID-19 care

We’re better together!

Here are a few ways to meet the needs in our community, connect, and love each other

Take the initiative

Start with who you know. Try calling 10 people a day and ask them how you can help and pray.

Life Center Facebook community page

It’s a great place to connect for community and assistance. Join now

NextDoor

Whether you can help, or need help, this is an opportunity to connect with our neighbors who need Jesus.

Contact us

Use the forms below to let us know you can help, or need help and we’ll do our best to get you going!

I need help
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Current needs in the community

We are partnered with many community organizations in need of volunteers or donations. 

Remember to minimize contact, practice good hygenie, and maintain social distancing!

Second Harvest
Sign up to pack food bags
https://inland.volunteerhub.com/events/index

Spokane Public Schools/Bite2Go
Distribute meals from 11-1 at various locations
509-354-7882

Heroes Homestead
Make and deliver Veteran care packages
509-218-6443 

Big Table
Donate to help support those in the hospitality industry
Visit big-table.com

Family Promise
Donate financially, bring groceries, lend an RV or trailer
See a full list here

World Relief
Donate items: dressers, dining tables, love seats, dish sets, silverware sets, clean twin sheets
Email to arrange dropoff at NGoodwin@wr.org

Blessings Under the Bridge
Donate Single size items: 

  • Chips 
  • Fruit cups/apple sauce 
  • Fruit snacks-
  • Wrapped Cookies (like the grandma cookies)
  • Deli meat 
  • Cheese slices 
  • Whole grain Bread 
  • Pre cooked or frozen Grilled chicken 
  • Bottled water 
  • Juice boxes 
  • Folded Baggies 
  • 12lb weight Brown bags 
  • Spoons 
  • Knives 
  • Forks 
  • Bus passes  
  • Singly Wet one wipes 
  • Blankets 
  • Or gift cards

Drop off Tuesday or Wednesday. 11am-4pm @ 10212 E 9th Ave bldg 600, Spokane Valley, WA 99206 (in the Spokane Valley Christian School Building)

Whitworth Housing
House Whitworth students for the remainder of the year; if you have a rentable space, please email: Michelina – mcozzetto21@my.whitworth.edu 

Life Services – My Choice
Donate diapers, wipes and formula
Drop off at 2659 N. Ash 

West Central Community Center
Donate school supplies, craft supplies, games, toiletries, first aid supplies;
Call to arrange drop off. 216-816-8155

Naomi House
Donate kids items. View Amazon list
Call to arrange drop off. 509-926-6492

Anna Ogden Hall
Donate individually packed food products (peanut butter, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, fruit cups, etc.
Call Rebecca to arrange drop off. 509-532-3844

Meals on Wheels
Emergency meal delivery drivers needed for the home bound and elderly. 
Complete a volunteer application: https://gscmealsonwheels.org/volunteering/
Get more info by emailing: info@gscmealsonwheels.org

Rockwood Retirement
Write cards of encouragement to the elderly during this time of crisis!
10 female residents and 15 male residents. Mail your handwritten cards directly to:
Rockwood Retirement
Attn: Activities Director – Holly
101 E. Hawthorne Rd.
Spokane, WA 99218

Union Gospel Mission
Sew masks or make a homemade face shield
Email Sarah Roatch for details: s.m.roatch@live.com 

Donate items: 

  • Lunch Meats: needing 20 -25 of lunch meat each day. 
  • Chips and Snacks – small lunch bag size is best 
  • Condiments – individual packs of ketchup, mayonnaise, and mustard preferred
  • Bottled water – single serve bottles are best
  • Cooking oil – vegetable oil preferred, large bottles (Wesson)
  • Spices – ground pepper, granulated garlic powder, cumin, granualed garlic, oregano, taco seasoning
  • Pan spray – any kind 
  • Paper plates – 10” size (heavy)
  • Plastic spoons, forks, and knives – prefer wrapped type with napkin.
  • Napkins

Please call to arrange delivery time: 509-535-8510

United Way
For more opportunities visit:
Volunteer Spokane