Neighbor Helping Neighbor
It only takes one person to change
the lives of many families!
This website was developed and is maintained by one of GHP FISH's dedicated Volunteers
Gig Harbor Peninsula FISH began in June 1976 and was incorporated in August 1985 from a group of people who believed that every person in our community is our neighbor. Neighbors care and take care of one another. “Neighbor helping neighbor” has been our motto since our inception. Everyone in the greater Gig Harbor peninsulas is a member of Gig Harbor Peninsula FISH by contributing food, money, clothing or housewares or volunteering in some aspect of its operation or by receiving services.
Neighbor helping neighbor in need with food and other assistance as they move toward self-sufficiency.
4425 Burnham Drive,
Gig Harbor, WA
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ALICE is an acronym for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. ALICE are households that earn more than the U.S. poverty level, but less than the basic cost of living for the state (the ALICE Threshold). Combined, the number of poverty and ALICE households (32 percent) is the total Washington population struggling to afford basic needs.
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