Nourish Food Bank also known as Browns Point UMC Food Bank
While we don't want to forget our friends and neighbors who've been coming to our Food Bank on Fridays, we need to ask you to NOT drop off any more food or packages at this time. We can't open up until we are given permission and Tina is keeping in contact with them. If you want to make sure the people get fed, please follow the link below in the paragraph about Nourish Pierce County. When we are allowed, we will be grateful for your contributions, but right now, they aren't getting to where you want them.
Nourish Pierce County from a letter on May 19
To our Nourish Community,
With your help, we have made it through the first 2 months of this crisis. We have changed our service model to a drive-thru, boxed service distribution, sent the majority of our volunteers home to stay safe, and welcomed over 50 WA State National Guard members into the Nourish family. Nourish is able to continue serving the community because of your generosity - be it time, talent or treasure.
Today, I’d like to share with you a photo essay from our friends at the New York Times featuring Nourish Pierce County. Please take the time to view it and feel a sense of pride in the fact that you are making a difference in the lives of people you may never meet.
Nourish in The New York Times - https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/05/19/multimedia/coronavirus-food-banks-washington-state.html
We still have a long way to go. With your continued support, Nourish will be here for everyone who needs food...because everyone deserves to eat.
Be well and stay safe,
Chief Executive officer