WOULD YOU LIKE TO DONATE?

The Filling Station is a non-profit 501-c3. It exists and runs solely off of donations for everything from taxes and electric bills to groceries and gym equipment. Because of this, we really rely on the community to support us. If you are interested, please donate any amount through the donate button and a receipt will be provided to you for tax purposes. You can choose to make this a recurring monthly donation if you wish. Thank you for supporting our area youth!

Donations & Needs

If you would like to support us financially, several options for how to provide financial support are given below. If you would like to donate specific items to The Filling Station, a list of common needs are available below.

Financial

  1. Send us a check by mail.
    PO Box 113, Clark Fork, ID 83811 
    We will mail you a receipt back.
     

  2. Set up automatic “Bill Pay” if your bank has online banking options. This is nice if you’d like to donate regularly without the headache of physical checks.
    PO Box 113, Clark Fork, ID 83811
     

  3. Donate via Paypal (see donate button above – small fees apply).

Groceries

Groceries

  1. Canned soup

  2. Cup-o-Noodles or Ramen

  3. Popcorn

  4. Kool-Aid

  1. Canned soup

  2. Cup-o-Noodles or Ramen

  3. Popcorn

  4. Kool-Aid

Supplies

  1. Toilet paper

  2. Paper towels

  3. Bleach

  4. 409

  5. Large trash bags

  6. Sponges

  7. Liquid hand soap

  8. Bar soap & Shampoo

  9. Paper plates

  10. Paper/plastic cups

  11. Napkins

Creation Fest
Creation Fest

Youth and leader at summer Creation Fest at the Gorge in George, WA

Group at Beach
Group at Beach

Youth group trip to the coast.

Summer tubing
Summer tubing

Group of youth on a summer lake outing.

Rock climbing
Rock climbing

Trip to Wild Walls, Spokane, WA for rock climbing.

Sledding Mishap
Sledding Mishap

Sledding in the winter near Clark Fork, ID.

Summer boating trip
Summer boating trip

Enjoying summer on Lake Pend Oreille.

Indoor Rock Climbing
Indoor Rock Climbing

Trip to Wild Walls in Spokane, WA with local youth from early 2000s.

Spring Boating
Spring Boating

An early spring day on the water near Hope, ID.

Youth falling during Ice Skating
Youth falling during Ice Skating

Local youth on an ice skating trip to Spokane, WA.

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