RAINIER PREP IS DEDICATED TO SUPPORTING OUR FAMILIES AND COMMUNITY
We will list information regarding different services as we learn of them. If you cannot find a specific resource below, please do not hesitate to call or email our main office and we will help to the best of our ability. Specific resources can be found towards the bottom of th page.
How to gather safely: Everyone has a role in stopping the spread of COVID-19
Public Health partners continue to develop messaging for children, youth, and families to support community safety and wellness during the pandemic. Washington State Department of Health’s (DOH’s) newest blog post outlines the questions and issues to talk through when planning to get together with friends or family. Remember that large gatherings are still not allowed. King County also has a blog post about the rules and FAQs around social gatherings with friends.
Staying safe while enjoying outdoor recreation
With increased outdoor activity during the pandemic, there has been a rise in drownings during the last month in local waters. Tony Gomez, manager for Violence & Injury Prevention for PHSKC, said that “this August is the deadliest in at least the most recent seven years, and we have a ways to go.” Children and youth are particularly susceptible to drowning so help us share these safety tips with students and families who are planning to head out to the water or other outdoor recreation activities:
Seattle Public Utilities – Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) & Seattle City Light (SCL) Payment Deferment/Discount Program Info
Well Spring Family Services – Wellspring Family Services has created a special project for Seattle Hospitality Fund under their umbrella of regular programming to provide direct financial support to hospitality industry workers in the Seattle Metro Area. The special project will help distribute direct support to eligible applicants in some of the following ways: Rent, Utilities, Gift cards for groceries/gas/home supplies, Health Insurance/COBRA payments, Medicine.
Immigrant Relief Fund – Provides financial assistance to undocumented individuals and families.
P-EBT – Financial Assistance from WA
White Center Food Bank – 10829 8th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98146
Hours: Mondays: 12pm – 3:45pm, Wednesdays: 10am – 1:45pm, Fridays: 10am – 1:45pm
Tukwila Pantry – Operates a food pantry for Tukwila, SeaTac, Burien and Boulevard Park residents.
3118 S 140th St, Riverton Park United Methodist, Tukwila, WA, 98168
Contact Hours: Tu, Th Sa, 12:30-2:30pm.
Tuesday Table – Tues 5:30 – 6:30 (hot meal, open to all)
St. Thomas Catholic Church – Operates a food pantry for parish residents. Bread is available every week. Amount of food provided depends on the size of the family. Serves Tukwila, Riverton Heights and part of SeaTac. Call for details. Clients may visit once a month.
Outreach/Food Pantry – 4415 S 140th St, Tukwila, WA, 98168
(206) 242-5501 Contact Hours: W, 12:30-1:30pm
Highline Area Food Bank – 18300 4th Ave S, Burien, WA 98148
Hours: Tuesdays: 12pm – 2:30pm, Thursdays: 10am – 12:30pm, 2nd Tuesday Every Month: 5:30pm – 7pm
Feed the Beach, WA Bloc – Lunches on Tuesday and Thursdays Rainier Beach Community Center Plaza
8815 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
Cleveland Pantry Community Food Drive – Open to anyone Starting 3/13/20
The station coffee shop
1600 S Roberto Maestas Festival St.
Seattle, WA 98144
Digital Promise – Resources to help navigate online learning.
WCC eLearning – Resources to help navigate online learning.
The Plate Fund – Specific for Restaurant Workers in King County.
Switchboard – More information about COVID19 and what to do in multiple languages.
Free Internet – Through Comcast for new customers.