What will you do with the extra day we all get this Leap Year, on Saturday, February 29, 2020?
What some of our non-profits are asking for
What some of our members are doing
Encompass Early Learning Center is in need of:
Issaquah History Museums is asking for . Just 4 hours a month will help us keep the museums
open to the public.
Everyone for Veterans would love for people to help make calls, 1 hour a week, to dental offices around certain
areas in the country to let them know about helping veterans. Easy training will be provided.
Friends of Lake Sammamish are in need of the following:
Village Theatre Needs:
Shopping needs for their next outing. Supporting a local store directly impacts the community
and your neighbors. Take the extra effort and shop local #leapofkindnessday
Eastridge Church would like help with the following:
Tavon Learning Center could use gas cards for our vans. The vans making it possible for our members
to participate in community activities.
They could also use a gas grill as they BBQ lunches quite often in the summer. Thanks so much!
Friends of Issaquah Salmon Hatchery would like help with the following:
Eastside Baby Corner said that they need:
Old Friends Club needs volunteers who can either join us for a day, once a week, or schedule time to share
their music, a project, or other talent or interest.
Athletes for Kids Youth Mentoring is in need of the following
AtWork is in need of: Seven square readers with Apple Pay and Chip Reader Cards. $49.95 ea. - available at Amazon
Issaquah Community Services: The blanket of white in December followed by the nonstop pattering of rain in February
has left Issaquah Community Services facing a large increase in the number of residents in the Issaquah School District
seeking emergency help with their rent and utilities. Similar to the situation we faced during the February 2019
snowstorm a number of residents at businesses shut down by the inclement weather could not work. In other cases,
residents had to stay home with children that could not go to schools that were closed. The February sheets of rain and
gusty winds have been particularly hard on apartment residents in the heart of Issaquah and many families have had to
relocate to temporary locations while their homes are renovated. After a disappointing Merry Christmas Drive this year
our funds are being hard hit by deserving clients who have never had to seek help before. Please consider sending a
donation to Issaquah Community Services,
PO Box 669, Issaquah, WA 98029 or donate on our website: issaquahcommunityservices.com
Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank needs: toiletries, size 6 diapers and cleaning supplies
Strategies will donate towels and a few women's coats to Eastridge Church
Aegis Living is happy to be a drop location for donations if you can not make
the drop of directly to the non-profit on February 29th