Fishline’s services are available for North Kitsap residents needing food or emergency services including help with housing, utilities and other basic needs. Our goal is to first ensure stability then offer the help needed for long-lasting success.
1st Security Bank has recently added a blue donation barrel at their Poulsbo Branch. We also have an After Hours Cupboard and After Hours donation barrel at Fishline. Click to learn more about what types of non-perishable donations we accept at these locations.
Fishline’s new $3.9 million facility along Viking Avenue NW, across from Olmstead’s Nursery, is shaping up to be quite an addition to the community. Once completed, the new spot will be a boon to those in need of food and other social services in the north end of the county. Mary Nader, Fishline’s executive director, […]Read More
The Food for Thought program addresses food insecurity in children. It provides weekend meals to low-income students in Poulsbo and Suquamish schools. Each food pack contains enough food for six meals plus snacks and is delivered to the child at their school on Friday afternoons during the school year. Click here to learn more about the program and here for a list of Food for Thought donation items.
Visit our Quick Guide to Client Eligibility Requirements for answers to frequently asked questions about services and client registration.Quick Guide