We would like to recognize the many compassionate, generous people, organizations, volunteers and businesses in our community, plus donors and foundations outside our community. So we have created a 'Wall of Gratitude' with a brief description of the act, donation, service or kindness rendered. We are grateful to all of you who help us help others.
People Helping People - Folks who go above and beyond
We live in a community who give generously of themselves and/or through donations of food or money. Some people gather or donate food, others volunteer at the food bank or in our programs. Many prefer to remain anonymous or work behind the scenes.
We are thankful to all of our donors and volunteers and are truly blessed. We are so proud of our community, our volunteers and our donors! Thank You.
- Volunteers donated 7500 hours feeding, clothing and services for people in need
- Over 77,000 pounds of food was donated to the food bank
- Over 3500 pounds of clothing, bedding and supplies was donated to the food bank
Address: PO Box 697
Entiat, WA 98822
Entiat Valley Community Services
Help keep our Services and Food Bank helping others in need.
Together We will make a difference and change a life. Thank you!
A Special Thank You to our Donors
2010 - present
The following businesses and organizations have constantly demonstrated their support of Entiat Valley Community Services FoodBank and its fight to end hunger, homelessness and poverty on a year round basis through contributions, fundraising and volunteerism.
Entiat Food Center BJ's Shell Station
Deb's Hair Care Sophisticutt's
Entiat Valley Electric Todd's Orchards
Log Cabin Family Restaruant Entiat Leadership Class
Entiat Scouts Entiat Grange
Entiat Chamber of Commerce Northwest Heating & Air Conditioning
Jackie Blanchfield Realty Shipper's Choice Transportation
Northwest Harvest Ceramic Barn
Thanks to each of you!
2nd Harvest Mobile Food Bank
Together We Will Make A Difference!
2010 - present
Thank You To Our Building Fund Donors
Haglund's Trophies Mr & Mrs Dauer M. Peterson
Mr & Mrs Worden Mr & Mrs Sanford Mr & Mrs Campbell
B McComb & D McCue G Montgomery Memorial Mrs Camack
Mr & Mrs Stanton M Crossman Mr & Mrs Cattin
W Childers & S. Rose Mr & Mrs Kelly Mr Hesburn
Mr & Mrs Fisher Mr & Mrs Banks Mr & Mrs Hankins
Mr & Mrs Willett Mr & Mrs Pellet Mr & Mrs Jean
Entiat Chamber of Commerce Neighbors Care Fund Anonymous
We thank you for helping make possible the new building become a reality and the services that we offer at the level we do to help us help others. Thank you to all of our supporters and volunteers.
We also would like to thank to our supporters of food, clothing and finances. We could not do our mission to serve those in need without each and every one of you. Thank You!
We would like to thank our special donors for our new building fund for the purpose of purchasing, improving and funding our new building. These include:
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters of Vermont donated 9 cases of Fair Trade Vermonty Country Blend ground coffee to EVCSFB. Their donation provided our neighbors in need delicious coffee, an extra treat for those who cannot afford the luxury of this item. Our neighbors stated, 'it was the best coffee they have ever tasted'. EVCSFB is constantly seeking funds and donations of product to help our neighbors in need to ensure that everyone has food and services and the quality of life we all deserve. Thank you Green Mountain Coffee Roasters!
Thank You Supporters & Volunteers!
2013 - 16th Annual Easter Egg Hunt a Success!
Thank you to all the 25 volunteers who showed up for the Easter Egg Hunt and to those who stuffed eggs and sorted through all of our donations. Because of you 81 children and their families enjoyed a funfilled Easter event. Much appreciation to the businesses, organizations and people who donated baskets, candy, prizes and money to made this event another successful year!
A Very Special Thanks
to our volunteers Mike Herdt, Cathy Litch, Kathryn Redli, Vickie Jacobs-Stanton, YOUth In Action volunteers, the Easter Bunny, Sharon Smithson, Sherrie Van Dyke, Wendy Elias, Jose' Lopez,
Laurie Noyes, Pam Wainwright, Teresa Hein, Ellen Warren, and many more!!!
Entiat Food Center Shipper's Choice Ceramic Barn
Entiat Valley Electric Northwest Heating & Air Entiat Grange
Entiat Senior Center Deb's Hair Care Sophisticutt's
BJ's Shell Station Entiat Chamber of Commerce and many more!!!
Red Cross - Home Town Heros Award
In 2012 Entiat Valley Community Services FoodBank was awarded the Home Town Heros Award on March 8 for Community Services. We are truly grateful to receive this outstanding award for our volunteers who justly deserve the Home Town Heros Award.
Wenatchee Valley Clinic
In 2012, Wenatchee Valley Clinic awarded EVCSFB $2000 donation for our TRIPS (Transportation for Rural Immobilized Persons and Seniors) Program to transport people who do not have transportation and do not qualify for transportation services to medical appointments. To date, we have provided over 75 trips to seniors, and disabled in our rural area. Thank you Wenatchee Valley Clinic.
Neighbors Care Fund
In 2012, Neighbors Care Fund awarded EVCSFB $6000 for our new facility to provide more space for our 30 programs to help people in need. Below is the link to the article from the Wenatchee World.
To date we have raised over $11,000 to reach our goal. The funds allowed EVCSFB to enter a lease-purchase agreement for the new facility. We are in the process of moving in, however, we still need to raise $98,000 to own our building. Thank you Neighbors Care Fund in helping us achieve our new building to provide more food, better programs and quality services to help those in need.
Community Foundation of North Central Washington
Regional Impact Grant
On May 16, 2013 the Board of Trustees of the Community Foundation of NCW awarded EVCSFB a $5,000 grant to provide a free Mobile Dental Bus for uninsured and underinsured adults in Entiat and Chelan/Douglas counties. EVCSFB is partnering with Medical Teams Internation to provide this new service.
Thank you Community Foundation of NCW in helping us to provide dental care services to needy adults.
The Community Foundation of NCW has awarded $98,955 in Regional Impact Grants to 25 nonprofits across the region. Offered twice per year, Regional Impact Grants provide up to $5,000 for general program, special projects, start-up funding, small equipment, and other needs and enhancements to 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organizations, public institutions, and religious organizations.
To find out more about EVCSFB's project and/or to see other organizations worthy projects who were awarded The Community Foundation of NCW Regional Impact Grant please click here.