PANDEMIC ASSISTANCE

PATEROS-BREWSTER-BRIDGEPORT 

Food Kits and Care Kits Still Available!

Food Kit: contains dried and canned staple foods that can feed one adult for 3-5 days.

Care Kit: contains face masks, vinyl gloves, soap, thermometer.

For:

  • folks in home isolation due to illness with COVID-19,

  • in quarantine because of exposure to COVID-19, or

  • those at high risk for complications if they become infected with COVID-19.

  • No-Contact doorstep deliveries by PBCRC or Brewster Chamber of Commerce to Brewster, Bridgeport, and Pateros.

  • Contact PBCRC Office at 509-923-7460.

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Sponsored by

  • North Central Accountable Community of Health

  • Washington State Dept. of Health

  • Kroger Foods

  • Walgreen's Drug

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UPDATE: All In WA COVID Relief Grant served over 80 individuals and families with emergency relief for housing, utilities, fuel, food!

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Eligibility:

Relief/Stimulus Check to Local Community Members (Brewster, Bridgeport, Pateros) who:

  • Had COVID-19 and lost wages

  • Had COVID-19, unable to pay medical bills

  • Lost wages due to quarantine, exposure to COVID-19

  • Not received unemployment benefits due to backlog through ESD

  • Impacted by nonessential business closure

  • Did not qualify/receive Federal stimulus due to lax of Tax Record or documentation

 For more information contact our Executive Director, Gene Dowers at 509-923-7460.

PBCRC is a Service Extension Provider of The Salvation Army!

 

We provide assistance for emergency needs. Vouchers available for select businesses in the Quad City area for necessities, rent and utility assistance. 

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Thank You for Your Amazing Support!

  • PBCRC and PBLTRO purchased and gave out over $2,000 in GIFT CARDS to families and individuals for emergency assistance through our Pandemic Assistance Project. 

  • 100% of your donation went to the Give A Gift Card Program in partnership with PBLTRO. 

  • Funding provided by individual donations and a grant from North Central Washington Accountable Communities of Health.