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Board of Directors


Mr. John Segle - President

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Mr. Mike Seat - Vice President

Ms. Marge Hill - Secretary

Ms. Marianne Crossman - Treasurer

Ms. Virginia Cooper - Assistant to Treasurer - Co-Director Food Bank

Ms. Ila Jones - Assistant Treasurer

Mr. David Jorgenson - Community Kitchen Chef - Assistant to Food Bank Director

Ms. Mary Hursh - Assistant to Secretary

Staff (Volunteers)

May Segle - Administrator Program Director, Executive Director

Marti Clayton - Assistant Administrator

Carol Seat - Health Clinic Manager/Coordinator

Karan Mitchell - Assistant

Cathy Montgomery - Assistant

Kathryn Redli - Volunteer Coordinator, Youth Services, Youth In Action Program Director

Sherrie Van Dyke - Youth In Action Co-Program Director & Youth Services

Sharon Smithson - Donations & Inventory Control Supervisor

Teresa Hein - Senior Services

Laurie Noyes - Assistant

Entiat Regional Health Clinic

Claudia Nilson - ARNP, Medical Director

Ismael Vivanco - Clinic Coordinator

Keith Vradenburg - Communications

Marianne Crossman - Volunteer Coordinator

Marge Hill - Secretary

Our V​olunteers The Lifeblood Of Our Organization

In 2013, over 59 volunteers donated extrodinary 7700 hours

serving those in need, packing food boxes, delivering food,

assisting people applying for food stamps, medical and Social

Security, clothing, transportation to doctors, preparing meals,

house cleaning, firewood, snow shoveling, auto repair, and special

events and activities throughout the year!

Whew! That is an astonding​ accomplishment for just a handful of

people from all walks of life, ages 12 to 90!

We could not provide the services we do for the 200 - 500 people who

come to us for services without the help of our dedicated and talented

volunteers.   Thank You!!!

Statement From The President

Let's be honest, it takes more than food to end hunger and poverty. Over the years, it has become even more obvious that not just a food bank is needed

to help the disadvantaged, but that a multitude of direct-services and programs are needed to be operated simultaneously.  As our organization strives to

meet the many diverse issues that affect our community, provide better solutions, and empower the impoverished to move up from poverty and hunger,

it has become a major goal of EVCSFB that no one is alone out in this world.  We strive to fulfill our mission by presenting opportunities to give time, skills,

and talents to help meet the needs of the working poor, elderly, children and families in and beyond our immediate community.

Our organization has gone from 4 - 6 programs to over 30 direct-services that provide for the elderly, children, homeless and low-income families and

individuals. In 2007 we served 1500 people food, in 2013, that number increased to over 5600, serving a total of over 78,000 pounds. Our direct-services

that give people the ability to be self-sustaining and do positive changes in people's lives, served over 2300 last year.

As we look forward towards our 28th year, we are taking steps to equip ourselves, our donors, those we serve, and our community to weather the

economic storm and its aftermath. We have seen the economic downturn create an immensely increase in requests for food and services.  The growing

hardships of families who once donated food, are now coming to our food bank for services. No one knows when this economic downturn or government

cut-backs will end.

Your devoted and tireless support has strengthened our determination in our commitment to serve those in need. Through tumultuous times these

last few years - facing setbacks and many obstacles, when hope was almost lost - you have came through.

To continue to provide a diversity of programs and meet the ongoing increase demand for food, as more and more families are faced with mounting

hardships, we must ask once again for your support in purchasing a building.  By owning our own building we can expand our programs, extend our hours

and days of service, fortify our reach to create positive changes for those in need to move toward self-sufficiency. Together, with your support we will create

solutions to eliminate hunger, poverty and homelessness. 

Please help us help those we serve. Please give to our Capital Campaign 'Mission: POSSIBLE' so we can continue to be a voice in the community for those

who are alone, illiterate, hungry, destitute and homeless. 

A Sincere Thank You,

John Segle - President

Entiat Valley Community Services FoodBank Board Members and Staff

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Entiat Valley Community Services FoodBank is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors of eight, that oversee the operations, develops new programs, services and endeavors to assist those in need by creating solutions to eliminate, poverty, hunger and homelessness.

Through dedicated volunteers, and with little or no funding, EVCSFB strives to fulfill its mission to 'Serve Those In Need'.

EVCSFB is a member of Children's Alliance, Northwest Harvest, Washington Food Coalition, 2nd Harvest Inland Northwest, Friends of the Northwest Hatcheries, RSVP, Catholic Family and Child Service, Washington Connection, WishMasters, Washington Healthcare Access Alliance, Entiat School District, Entiat Chamber of Commerce, Interagency Networking Group and The Partnership For Children and Families.

Entiat Valley Community Services Food Bank is on the board of Chelan Douglas Community Action Council our lead agency.

EVCSFB is listed on Within Reach, Greater Columbia

2-1-1 websites and Facebook.

Currently EVCSFB offers not only food and clothing but, 30 direct-services programs to people in need.

EVCSFB continues to develop programs and services to meet the ongoing demand of people in need of more services. To date, EVCSFB developed this successful services:

  • 2010 - TRIPS, transportation to medical appointments for homebound disabled and elderly who do not qualify for other services.

  • 2011 - Summer Meals for Kids to provide meals to children during the summer.

  • 2011 - Employment Options to provide job skills, employment training, resume' writing, interview techniques to people who are unemployed or job unskilled. In addition Career Closet provides business clothing to those who complete the 8 week classes for job interviews.

  • 2012 - Entiat Regional Health Clinic providing free urgent and primary healthcare to the uninsured or underinsured adults. We hope to add a Mobile Dental Bus in the near future to provide dental care, critically needed for adults.

  • 2013 - 'Mission: POSSIBLE' Capital Campaign for a building is our goal to move our food bank from its cramped space and unsecure 143 square foot building and the new health clinic located in a borrowed space at the school to provide more food and expand services critical to those so desperately in need.

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