A Winter Shelter – “Community Shelter & Resource Center (CSRC)” – will open October 3, 2023 in Newport. To start, there will be a weekly rotation between St. Stephens Episcopal Church and First Presbyterian Church in Newport. Once ready, another more permanent site will be used at the former Crossroads building (351 SW 7th, Newport).
This shelter will be open seven days a week through March 2024. The shelters are open from 6pm to 7am every day of the week.
A shelter is also in the works for this winter season for Lincoln City. The opening of this site is planned for November 1, 2023.
OSU Extension and Food Share of Lincoln County will host a Farmer’s Market Tour. Each family/individual who completes the tour will receive $25 in tokens to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at the Newport market, on tour day. Register for the FREE Farmers Market Tour “Know Your Farmer, Know Their Food”.
Where: Newport Farmer’s Market, Angle Street and Hwy 101 When: Saturday, August 26th at 10am Read the flyer for more information! Registration is required.
If you used AmazonSmile to help Food Share of Lincoln County, we thank you very much for your support. Sadly, Amazon has closed AmazonSmile and it no longer functions so we are notifying folks and removing the links from our website.
We’re happy to finally unveil a shiny new donation page for FSLC.
We’ve upgraded our donation process and therefore is a much more streamlined process. We’re now using Every.org exclusively for receiving donations via our website. Safe, secure and easy to use, you can find more about Every.org and FSLC, here.
In the meantime, check our our new Donation page with a Q&A section and alternatives to standard monetary donations. We also take Crypto, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Venmo and more.
We’re very pleased to announce that Food Share of Lincoln County has acquired a 2022 Ford e-Transit cargo van. This van is Ford’s newest line of ALL ELECTRIC vehicles for commercial use and with a cargo capacity of 3,800 pounds it more than meets our needs for in town pickups and deliveries.
Food Share of Lincoln County would like to thank everyone who donated, individuals and businesses alike. Without your support we would not have been able to do what we do and will continue to do for this wonderful coastal community and county we all call home. THANK YOU! ❤️ The full Facebook announcement can be seen here.
Unite Us clients who receive SNAP benefits now have the option to use Instacart for home-delivered groceries. Instacart allows a client to shop from multiple local grocery stores from the convenience of their homes through a web-based or app experience. Click here for more information.
THANK YOU to our generous community and business partner US Foods for a contribution of $1550 from your annual charitable fund drive! Your support enables us to help the most vulnerable families and individuals in our community. With the increased cost of basic needs such as food and housing, even a one-time trip to a food pantry can prevent a family from going without heat, medication, or adequate transportation. With gratitude……