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Daily Lunch and Meals-on-Wheels

Southeast Senior Services

Hot nutritious meals served daily (Monday-Friday) at lunch. Congregat... (more)

Fawn Mountain School Food Pantry

Ketchikan School Food Pantries

Food items are available to all Fawn Mountain students. Parents/guard... (more)

Food Pantry

Ketchikan Presbyterian Church

Weekly fresh food pantry offered every Friday at 12:00pm... (more)

KWC Building Healthy Communities Task Force

Ketchikan Wellness Coalition

Partner together for a healthier community. Priorities include: -... (more)

Ketchikan High School (KAYHI) Food Pantry

Ketchikan School Food Pantries

Food pantry accessible to all students in Ketchikan High School Libra... (more)

Little Free Food Pantry

Little Free Food Pantry

Non-perishable food and goods available 24/7 Located behind the Holy... (more)

Schoenbar Middle School Food Pantry

Ketchikan School Food Pantries

Provided by Rotary 2000. Food bags are distributed at the end of the... (more)

The Lord's Table

St. John's Episcopal Church

Free community meal served hot on Sundays at 3:00pm.... (more)

WIC Women, Infants and Children Assistance Program

Alaska Department Public Assistance

WIC is for all kinds of families: married & single parents, mothers-t... (more)

Alaska Department Public Assistance

State assistance and programs that provide a variety of services for l... (more)

Central Council Tlingit Haida

Supports Tribal Members with social services. Programs are designed to... (more)

Daily Lunch and Meals-on-Wheels

Southeast Senior Services

Hot nutritious meals served daily (Monday-Friday) at lunch. Congregat... (more)

Fawn Mountain School Food Pantry

Ketchikan School Food Pantries

Food items are available to all Fawn Mountain students. Parents/guard... (more)

First City Homeless Services

Offers a safe, non-judgmental shelter and referrals to local resources... (more)

First United Methodist Church

Programs/Services - Worship: Sunday (11am) - Bible Study: Tues (6pm)... (more)

Food Pantry

Ketchikan Presbyterian Church

Weekly fresh food pantry offered every Friday at 12:00pm... (more)

KWC Building Healthy Communities Task Force

Ketchikan Wellness Coalition

Partner together for a healthier community. Priorities include: -... (more)

Ketchikan High School (KAYHI) Food Pantry

Ketchikan School Food Pantries

Food pantry accessible to all students in Ketchikan High School Libra... (more)

Ketchikan Presbyterian Church

To all who are weary and seek rest; to all who mourn and long for comf... (more)

Ketchikan School Food Pantries

Schools within the KGB School District that offer food pantries to stu... (more)

Little Free Food Pantry

Non-perishable food and goods available 24/7 Located behind the Holy ... (more)

Love in Action

We provide 'gap' services, meaning that they fill the needs that other... (more)

Park Avenue Temporary Housing (PATH)

The Park Avenue Temporary Home (PATH) is an emergency shelter for peop... (more)

Salvation Army, Gateway Corps

Provides services and basic needs for low-income and individuals and f... (more)

Schoenbar Middle School Food Pantry

Ketchikan School Food Pantries

Provided by Rotary 2000. Food bags are distributed at the end of the... (more)

Southeast Senior Services

Promote the health, independence, and quality of life of seniors in So... (more)

St. John's Episcopal Church

St. John's is an Episcopal Church reaching out in love to all believer... (more)

The Lord's Table

St. John's Episcopal Church

Free community meal served hot on Sundays at 3:00pm.... (more)

WIC Women, Infants and Children Assistance Program

Alaska Department Public Assistance

WIC is for all kinds of families: married & single parents, mothers-t... (more)

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