Key Cares is a new campaign we've started here at 98.3 the Key to highlight local non-profit organisations in Tri-Cites and we are proud to announce Impact Compassion Center Tri-Cities is our non-profit of the month for March 

About This Group

Address: 9 S Dayton St Kennewick, WA 99336 Across the street from the Methodist Church (not affiliated) 509-851-1720 Email: **************************HOURS OF OPERATION****************************** Walk in times for Assistance: First-come, first-serve Tuesday-Thursday 1pm-3pm, service in order of first come first served up to approximately 6, or last appointment signed in by 2:45. Donation Times: Monday-Friday 1pm-4pm On-going donation needs: - Hygiene/Toiletries (shampoo, deodorant, body wash, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, razors, feminine hygiene, wipes, toilet paper) - Cleaning supplies (dish soap, laundry detergent, fabric softener, all purpose cleaner, toilet cleaner, sponge scrubbers) - Diapers, pull ups, baby wipes, diaper ointment, baby/child bodywash/shampoo - Warm/winter coats, hats, gloves, and scarves - Blankets, sleeping bags *****************For Furniture, appliances, and larger items******************** Please contact us for drop off or delivery (we do not accept large items at the office) Overview: iMPACT! Compassion Center, Tri-Cities, is a local faith-based, 501c3, nonprofit organization. We love our community and are proactively building awareness of community unmet needs, all of our community resource so that we can be empowered with knowledge of where and how to connect with them, and want to pull our community together, leveraging our resources, creating solutions to unmet needs, and inspiring compassion, human value, love, and community looking after community. Services: We offer free life assessment, guidance, and support services to anyone who could use assistance navigating and sorting through their specific needs or situations. We provide life skills, self-empowerment tools, encouragement, show value, love, human compassion, and a safe, welcome place where people can feel safe and free to talk and get help. We don't provide financial aid, but assist others in connecting with these resources, and have basic, essentials available for those in-need (clothes, hygiene, diapers) and seek community contributions of larger, household items for those who seek help, and are screened-in for approval. We believe that together, we can be the change. We match community needs with community giving. We highly promote volunteerism and using all of our strengths, gifts, resources and abilities, recognizing that when we do, this lifts up each of our lives as we reach out to help others, and become a part of community solutions. We encourage our whole community to get involved; businesses, government, nonprofits, families, couples, neighborhoods, and groups. We value building strong partnerships to build bridges and fill gaps of needs. We all make a wave of difference, when we recognize our worth, our value, and our roles in community change.