All volunteering is being coordinated through the https://lopezisland.recovers.org Please go there to input your talents and availability. Organizations will research this database and contact you. Your personal information is safe. THANKS!
Monetary Donations can be made directly to organizations in need through https://lopezisland.recovers.org/.
Donations of supplies is managed through https://lopezisland.recovers.org/. A button upper middle left of the main screen sets you up to list your supplies, so that others can find it. Your personal information is safe. Thanks!
Basic Food and essential needs delivered by Lopez Island Family Resource Center, http://lifrc.org/.
Restaurants and Bakeries hours open, menus, gift certificates, orders for takeout and delivery, if available. https://lopezeats.com/.
Winter Market Grab ‘n Go at the Lopez Grange on Saturday, April 11. Details will be posted at https://www.lopezeats.com/farmersmarket.
Lopez Island School is working with students and families, delivering breakfast and lunch as needed. The form to apply is online https://www.lopezislandschool.org/news/what_s_new/school_lunch_delivery_during_school_closure
Lopez Senior Services is delivering meals to identified qualified community members, contact Ronie Wilke -360-468-2421
Personal Gardens -Lopez Garden Club is working with homeowners by offering gardening knowledge, by connecting garden space with those who desire space, and will be growing starts to support gardeners. The Club will also offer coordination connecting gardeners with excess produce to distribution orgs.
Health and Home
Assistance signing up for medical insurance, also therapy and counseling services offered by Lopez Island Family Resource Center, http://lifrc.org/.
Rents, utilities, mortgage assistance offered through Lopez Island Family Resource Center, http://lifrc.org/.
Rent or mortgage assistance at Lopez Community Land Trust, https://email@example.com.
Free Internet and devices for Lopez students courtesy of Rock Island, info at https://www.lopezislandschool.org/news/what_s_new/school_offers_internet_and_devices.
Economic Injury Disaster Loans – https://www.sba.gov/page/disaster-loan-applications.
Paycheck Protection Program – contact Heritage Bank (360) 370-5641; Islanders (360)-468-2295 or Key Bank (844)-539-8864 for assistance in applying
Worker resources: for wages, layoffs, unemployment, etc. visit the SJ County website https://www.sanjuanco.com/1684/Resources-for-Workers-Affected-by-COVID-.
Business support: low interest loans and grants, etc. Economic Development Council of San Juan County – follow their Facebook page for most current information on assistance programs https://www.sanjuansedc.org/.