THe New Bethlehem Day Center
for families experiencing homelessness on the eastside
IS located in the Salt House basement
Monday - Saturday | 2:00pm - 8:00pm
Sunday | 7:00am - 8:00pm (starting March 3)
Salt House has partnered with The New Bethlehem Project (www.nbpshelter.org) and Catholic Community Services (www.ccsww.org) to create a day shelter in our unused basement to meet the growing needs of homelessness on the Eastside. The Day Center opened on November 6th, 2016 and has already made a huge a difference in the lives of homeless families in and around Kirkland. In the coming year, we expect to see hours expanding and volunteer needs increasing.
HOW CAN I HELP?
You can make financial donations to the Day Center through the Day Center Website.
Specific donations are always needed. Please visit this link to sign-up and to see the items currently needed.
You can also support the work of the Day Center by shopping their Amazon Wish List populated with specific supplies that help meet the most current needs of the families at the Day Center.
Most donations may be delivered 7 days a week, 2:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Our space is limited, so we currently CANNOT accept donations of clothing, toys, furniture, food (beyond donations of meals which are scheduled), etc. Thank you for your generosity!
Questions? Please email email@example.com
Meals needed Sunday-Friday
Meals are to arrive by 5:30PM to be served at 6 PM. The meals should serve approximately 35 people. For the most updated serving number, please refer to the signup website.
Volunteers for the meals:
Provide dinner for all attending the Day Center.
May choose to stay, serve the meal and visit with guests.
Our kitchen is designed for warming only, not preparing.
We've compiled some links and ideas to help with making a larger meal: Making Meals for 35
New Bethlehem Day Center Volunteer Orientations*
The last Sunday of each month from 12:30pm to 1:30pm.
Volunteers are the heartbeat of keeping the New Bethlehem Day Center running, specifically in the volunteer areas of:
Serving as a Craft Leader
Tutoring & Computer Help
Driving the NBDC Van
For each of the above listed areas for volunteering, you must be an approved volunteer
*Volunteer training is not required to provide or help serve a meal at the Day Center.