All volunteering is being coordinated through 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
Donations of supplies is managed through . 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,
Groceries, Restaurants and Bakeries hours open, menus, gift certificates, orders for takeout and delivery, if available.
Lopez Village Market offers 1) home porch delivery – for sick or housebound folks only (order day ahead), and 2) curbside pick-up – for all, generally same day service. Please email your grocery order to , include your phone number.
Lopez Island School is providing breakfast and lunch deliveries, five days a week, to all students 18 years old and younger. Families must sign up for this service. 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
Need help ordering groceries online? Library staff can help you over the phone! Call 360-468-2265, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and please include a good time for us to call you back.
Victory Gardens 2020 -Lopez Garden Club is working with homeowners by offering gardening knowledge, by connecting garden space with those who desire space, and will encourage growing and sharing veggie starts and seeds. Under its own heading on https://Lopezrocks.org
Health and Home
Assistance signing up for medical insurance, also therapy and counseling services offered by Lopez Island Family Resource Center,
Rents, utilities, mortgage assistance offered through Lopez Island Family Resource Center,
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
Assistance accessing digital and online materials Forgot your library card number and/or password? Need some assistance with your devices? Library staff can help you over the phone! Call us at 360-468-2265, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and please include a good time for us to call you back.
Hablamos Espanol – Lopez Island Family Resource Center,
Need to talk? How about a telephone buddy, someone who will call you, or you can call them on a regular basis! Contact Martha Gooding 214-287-3509
Stay connected while remaining physically distanced from each other by sharing stories of your current realities, Share your stories of what it’s like in your home during quarantining. Responses can come in any media, all ages: short-stories, journal entries, pictures, photographs, graphic novels, artwork, recipes, Posts can be anonymous. To submit a contribution, follow the link at lopezlibrary.org, or email email@example.com.
CommuniTEA support groups: The Lopez Library is hosting a series of virtual COMMUNITEAs: online gatherings for Lopezians, to create a place for connection, and to honor our needs and feelings in a time of crisis and sheltering in place. Beginning the week of April 13th, learn more and sign-up, visit http://lopezlibrary.org
The Village Square Online Forum beginning on Friday April 17th at 1pm: a series of virtual public programs intended to keep the people of Lopez Island informed about the local responses, relief efforts, and recovery movements taking place in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program series is titled “The Village Square,” and will take place every other week, with an introduction to the local relief efforts, from a couple of key public figures, representing the San Juan County Council, the Lopez Island Family Resource Center, the Lopez COVID Health Support Group, and the Lopez Island Recovery Network. Zoom webinar, connect through links made available on lopezlibrary.org, lopezrocks.org, or lopezisland.recovers.org.
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
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
Lopez items for purchase, masks, gifts, artwork, gift certificates, etc, keeping local businesses alive, https:LopezShops.org.
THIS LIST IS INTENDED TO BE A SYNOPSIS OF NON-MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE TO LOPEZIANS IN THIS TIME OF NEED. Take a picture – it’ll last longer! 😉