Mission Partners

Mission Partners

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church supports local Mission Partners.

In our attempt to be good and generous stewards of the resources we have received from God, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church supports these local mission partners.homeless

First Step Family Support Center

Since 1972, First Step Family Support Center has provided support and education services to Clallam County families as part of the agency mission to promote the healthy development of children and families. Each year we serve thousands of adults and children, laying the foundation to ensure that children enjoy happy, well-adjusted, stable childhoods and vibrant futures. It is our hope that all children may grow up feeling loved, cared for and safe. In 2015, First Stop served almost 5,000 adults and children, the majority of who are low-income, with innovative and family-centered programs to meet the needs of our community in a respectful and responsible manner. First Step is a partner with United Way. Phone: 360-457-8355


 T.A.F.Y. – The Answer for Youth

T.A.F.Y. is a non-profit 501 ©(3) volunteer based charitable community centered, barrier free outreach center for at risk and homeless youth. The organization provides a loving and caring environment allowing all to feel safe and protected. They offer a small food bank, a free clothes closet, blankets, tents, hygiene items and weekly meals. T.A.F.Y. also offers connections to appropriate agencies for the youth when needed. Phone: 360-670-4363


Lutheran Community Services Northwest

Lutheran Community Services Northwest programs are tailored to address specific needs of the communities they serve. Such programs include: Behavioral health Services; Family and Community Support for parenting, violence prevention and community education; Child Welfare Program to find safe, stale and loving homes from Foster Care and Adoption Program; Refugee and Immigrant Service; Senior and Disability Services, and Crime Victims Services. Phone: 360-452-5437


V.I.M.O. – Volunteers in Medicine Olympics

V.I.M.O. is a non-profit medical clinic providing health care services to adults on the Olympic Peninsula, who have no health insurance or other health care options available to them. They believe that everyone benefits by receiving medical care and should not have to experience a delay in medical treatment. V.I.M.O. acknowledges how people are treated during a clinic visit is as important as the actual medical care they receive since the patients who receive care are their friends and neighbors. V.I.M.O. is a partner with United Way. Phone: 360-457-4431


Boys and Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula’s goal is to ensure all kids are given the opportunity to succeed in life. They are committed to lead local advocacy for youth. They are excited to provide hope and opportunity. Young people in today’s world face greater challenges than ever before, especially the children in our community who live on or below the poverty level. The Boys and Girls Club provides: a safe place for those who may be left alone after school; life enhancing programs in education, career development, health and life skills and character and leadership; a relationship with caring trained adults; hope and opportunity through development of self-esteem and confidence building opportunities. The Boys and Girls Club is a partner with United Way. Phone: 360-683-8095


Healthy Families of Clallam County – HFCC

Healthy Families of Clallam County is an organization providing community services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. Their mission is to provide a wide range of services empowering children, youth, adults and families to achieve their full potential, improve their physical, mental and emotional health and live free of violence and abuse. HFCC provides child abuse prevention and treatment services including parenting classes, support groups, educational clinics, a 24-hour crisis intervention, counseling, medical and legal advocacy, emergency and transitional shelter. HFCC partners with United Way. Phone: 360-452-3811


Port Angeles Food Bank

The Port Angeles Food Bank gives food to 2,000 to 2,500 individuals per month – about 700 families, of which 1,000 are children and 500 are elderly. They distribute about 20,000 pounds of food each month to the hungry in our community. In collaboration with First Step Family Support Center they provided Friday Food Bags to about 250 children each week throughout the summer. Phone: 360-452-8568


Ministers Assisting Neighbors in Need with Agape

This is an organization consisting of nine or more local area churches that assist the community with short term financial assistance to low income families. Phone: 360-452-5437 only on Thursdays from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm.

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