The doors are finally open and we’re up and running. Our sincerest thanks to everyone involved in helping making this venture a success, from the long journey of raising the building funds, to finding the property, and turning the building into the clean and functional home that we are now able to serve the community from with the much needed space and resources, expanding our service capability. Thank you again, and our mission to continue to service the community is supported by every donor, sponsor, volunteer, and supporter.
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Invitations for the 7th annual Bread Basket Bash auction will be sent out late March.
We are so excited for this years auction, the planning stages are flying along, and we are already so grateful to our sponsors and donors for showing their commitment to the success of the event.
For more event details, please visit our Facebook event page here.
Please join us in our 7th Annual Bread Basket Bash.
Click here to see the event on our Facebook page and invite others to attend.
Where: Best Western Silverdale Beach Hotel
When: May 10th, 2014 5:00pm
What: We will be sending out invitations in mid-March. Sponsorships available and we are looking for auction donations of goods and services! Please help us make this a smashing success!
Please join us in thanking each and every person who made this transition possible. We appreciate the Central Kitsap High School for their hospitality, and we are excited to make the move to our new facility located on 3537 Anderson Hill Road, just a block away.
Construction is under way as the building is transformed to include much needed storage and refrigeration space, as well as lobby and office space.
We are all looking forward to serving our neighbors in our new home, and expanding the ability to service our community.
Click here to check out the Kitsap Sun’s progress as their 2013 Bellringer Fund grows.
Kitsap Sun readers have provided thousands of dollars to help stock the shelves of local food banks. One hundred percent (100%) of the dollars donated are distributed to local food banks. You can donate directly through the Kitsap Sun’s webpage.