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Kentucky Missionaries head back to Kenya for full-time ministry

"When God blessed the Tilletts with a vision to bring The Church on the River to Kenya, He quickly showed them the great need for helping the children in the area."

Volunteer Opportunities in Everett

To volunteer in the soup kitchen on Tuesdays, Please contact Sandee Richards, president of Salt of the Earth Food Bank, at (425) 355-1042. We also need volunteers to work in our different food bank locations, as well as drivers to make food pick-ups from area supermarkets.


NEW - Community Missions - Everett, Lake Stevens, Snohomish

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WAYS TO HELP TODAY IN TIME FOR WINTER

IMMEDIATE NEED: As temperatures drop, we need cold weather sleeping bags to help the homeless. Click here to help!

Everett Gospel Mission reports an approximate one week waiting list to get into the shelter. That means that homeless who need shelter -- even as temperatures drop -- have to fend for themselves. We can help them with cold weather sleeping bags, but we need your help!


NEWS AFFECTING HOMELESS / NEEDY PEOPLE

Local churches help save homeless from winterís bite
MSNBC: Food banks struggle to meet demand
Troubled economy threatens closure of homeless shelter
Marysville volunteers offer food and friendship to homeless
Eastside homeless camp Tent City 4 relocates north of downtown Bellevue
Homeless group considers camp in Puyallup
Seattle police evict homeless camp known as Nickelsville
Homeless brace for the cold weather

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

Everett pastor Papa Kila plans benefit to aid tsunami victims in his native Samoa