Following is a list of resources available with other organizations serving the Pierce County community:
Nourish does not provide meal delivery service. Please contact Emergency Food Network for information regarding their Home Delivery program.
Help Me Grow Pierce County supports a network of diaper banks.
Reduce debt, grow credit and build skills to succeed at work with Power Up 98404!
If you’re an immigrant experiencing hard times because of COVID-19, and you aren’t eligible for federal financial relief or unemployment insurance, this fund is for you. Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund.
WorkSource’s WIOA Young Adult Program in Pierce County empowers young adults ages 16-24 to kickstart their careers with paid internships, job trainings, interview clothes, professional certificates, transit passes, and more. Download the flyer for more information or contact Elliott Sawyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-205-8505.
Free 253 is a collaborative approach to assisting renters and landlords as the end of the moratorium on evictions approaches. Learn more about this free program for Pierce County residents.
Puget Sound Energy has re-launched the COVID Bill Assistance Program to help residential customers facing financial hardship as a result of COVID-19. Please visit pse.com/assistance for details on the program. Customers are encouraged to apply by August 1, 2021.