News from FISH
Here are some of the recent happenings involving FISH and the community. Click on an article to be connected to more details about the story. You can also read our 2022 Newsletter.
We share the stories of FISH work to help neighbors in need in 2022. Read the full newsletter here.
FISH Returns to In-Person Shopping
June 2, 2022
After two years of parking lot pickups, FISH Hood River returns to in-person shopping. Columbia Gorge News & Trisha Walker cover the story.
InSitu Donates $3000 for Local Food Aid
April 12, 2021
New InSitu CEO Megan Davies visited FISH to present a check for $3000 in support of local food aid. InSitu employees chose FISH as one of the local nonprofits to support with a donation. We will put these funds to immediate good use!
December 9, 2020
"The “Can on the Moon” campaign accepts canned goods or monetary donations, with the financial goal of $10,000, according to Lindsy Weseman, HRVHS Leadership teacher."
September 2, 2020
Throughout the Gorge, individuals and organizations have stepped up to help non-profits meet COVID pandemic needs by signing up or organizing volunteer service and other outreach efforts.
Kenny Tamura Fund Provides $2,000 Grant to FISH
May 28, 2020
Nancy Tamura decided to use the balance of the Kenny Tamura Fund to help community organizations during the COVID crisis. (Photo from Nancy Tamura)
50th Anniversary of FISH Food Bank
April 24, 2019
FISH celebrated 50 years of service in Hood River County at the Columbia Center for the Arts.