Following is a list of resources available with other organizations serving the Pierce County community for November 2020:
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 email@example.com 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.