Community Support and Resources
Our community is one that has always demonstrated caring for others. Many great community organizations offer services to those in need, and offer opportunities for those who want to help by volunteering their time or resources. As we respond to COVID-19, there is an increasing need for these services and opportunities for helping our neighbors.
These community organizations offer services, ways to volunteer, or opportunities to give back to the community. Are you an organization offering services for our community? Email your organization name, contact information, address, services offered and hours of operation to email@example.com.
Please note, this webpage is a work in progress. We continue to add, review and edit content as new or updated information becomes available.
- Education & Youth Services
- Charitable & food Services
- Utility & Payment Assistance
- Mortgage and rental assistance
|Organization||Services Offered||Hours of Operation|
|Marysville School District||Kids and Teens Eat Free||Monday through Friday through August 14th for those 18 years of age and younger.|
|Lake Stevens School District||Summer Meal Service||Monday through Friday through August 21. Breakfast and lunch served daily by curbside service between 11:30 at 12:30 pm.|
|Lakewood School District|
|Summer Meals for students.||Every Monday beginning June 22nd through August 24th for all children under the age of 19. Free weekly meal bags for pickup at the following locations:|
|Organization||Services Offered||Hours of Operation||Donations Accepted||Volunteers Needed|
|Marysville Community Food Bank|
4150 88th St. NE
|Food services for residents of 98270, 98271, 98259. Limit 1 visit per family per week and one family per vehicle.||Accepts cash donations through mailed check on online through paypal. Food donations are accepted during their business hours:|
Monday 7:30 am to noon
Tuesday 7:30 to noon and 2 to 6:30 pm
Thursday 7:30 am to noon
Friday 7:30 am to noon
Saturday 8 to 11 am
|If you are interested in volunteering, visit their Volunteer webpage.|
1108 State Ave
|Food to-go service. Other services by appointment only||Monetary Donations accepted online.||View available opportunities online.|
|Marysville Community Lunch|
1607 4th St.
|Lunch to-go||Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1 to 2 pm||Donations and volunteers needed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Homage||Service for seniors and those with disabilities such as:||Offices currently closed to public. Call 425-513-1900 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.||Donate online.||Information on volunteer opportunities and application to volunteer available online.|
1224 Cedar Ave.
|Food to-go service. Free groceries with delivery service. Must be a resident within the Marysville, Everett, or Arlington area.|
Clients wanting to use the grocery and delivery service can call or text 206-383-7787.
|Monday through Friday|
10 am - 4 pm
|Requesting donations of food, supplies, and other essential items delivered to the church building, Monday through Friday 10 am - 4 pm.|
Monetary donations accepted online.
|Community organization offering grocery delivery or errands for those considered high risk for COVID-19 and other support services.||Request help online||Donate online||Online volunteer interest form|
|Organization||Assistance Program||Program Overview|
|City of Marysville||Temporarily suspend utility shutoffs through April 30||Temporarily suspend utility shutoffs through May 31st, no late fees or penalties will apply during this time. We encourage you to continue to make payments or to call Utility Billing at 360-363-8777 to make arrangements if you are unable to pay at this time. To make a payment, please use the drop box behind City Hall, pay online or pay by phone by calling 360-363-8777.|
|Snohomish County PUD|
|COVID Community Response|
Community Support Plan
|Temporarily paused disconnections and late fees, enhancements to PUD’s income-qualified assistance program. Community Support Plan to help those struggling to pay electric and water bills.|
|Puget Sound Energy||PSE COVID-19 Response||PSE will not be disconnecting customers for non-payment during this time. They are working with customers on payment options such as payment plans and choosing a new bill due date, and have an energy assistance portal to facilitate access to funds available to income qualified customers.|
|Insurance Companies||varies by provider||Many insurance companies are offering credits, reduced payments or discounts. Contact your insurance company to see what programs they may be offering.|
|IRS||Coronavirus Tax Relief||The IRS has extended the deadline to FILE and PAY Federal Income Taxes to July 15, 2020.|
|Internet Essentials program for qualifying Low Income Households||Internet service for $9.95 a month plus tax. New customers qualifying for this program receive complementary service for 60 days if they sign up by April 30, 2020. For full details and qualifications, contact Comcast.|
|Wave Services and Response to Coronavirus||Special arrangements for those financially impacted by COVID-19 including payment deferrals, waiving late fees and waiving overage fees for data usage through June 30. The Internet First program targets low-income households with a $9.95/month Internet plan that includes internet service, modem, and WiFi. The first 2 months of service are complimentary and then $9.95/month for 10 months. For full details, contact and Wave|
|Organization||Donations Accepted or Volunteer Efforts Needed|
|Schedule an appointment to donate blood at one of their locations. Blood donations are considered essential under Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy orders and are in short supply.|
|Red Cross||Find a blood drive near you and schedule an appointment.|
Make a financial contribution online, by phone or by mail to Red Cross humanitarian efforts.
|Mask Donation||The City of Marysville is accepting donations of cloth masks outside City Hall, 1049 State Ave., Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Please wash, dry and place clean masks individually in plastic baggies. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has instructions for sewing a cloth face covering. Additional information on cloth face coverings can also be found on the Snohomish Health District website. The masks collected will be distributed locally.|
|Providence||Financial Contributions to the COVID-19 response fund.|
100 Million Mask Challenge. Includes information on how to sew masks for community members.
Governor Inslee and the Department of Financial Institutions have announced steps they are taking to assist homeowners that are struggling to make payments due to COVID-19.
- View press release
- View program information
- Homeowners in distress may call DFI’s toll-free number, 877-RING-DFI (746-4334), or visit www.homeownership.wa.gov to get assistance on how best to contact their mortgage servicer and to learn more about their options.
Many banks and lenders are offering assistance programs for those that are financially impacted by COVID-19. Information on specific programs may be available on your lender’s website or by contacting your bank directly.
Moratorium on Evictions
On March 18, Governor Inslee announced a temporary moratorium on evictions for certain circumstances.
- Prohibition on residential landlords from serving a notice of unlawful detainer for default on payment of rent related to such property.
- Prohibition on residential landlords from issuing a 20-day notice for unlawful detainer related to such property, unless the landlord attaches an affidavit attesting that the action is believed necessary to ensure the health and safety of the tenant or other individuals.
- Prohibition on local law enforcement from serving or otherwise acting on eviction orders that are issued solely for default payment of rent related to such property.
Department of Commerce Rent and Energy Assistance
About 5,000 low-income households in Washington will benefit from $9 million in rent and energy assistance crisis funds being distributed by the Washington State Department of Commerce. To qualify for the COVID-19 crisis LIHEAP Benefits, a household must be at 125% of the federal poverty level and have received, or will receive, a LIHEAP or Low Income Rate Assistance Program (LIRAP) benefit in the current program year. In 2019, a family of four with an annual income if $32,188 qualified for the program.
To find out if you qualify, call the Snohomish County Energy Assistance Program at 425-388-3880 or toll-free 1-800-562-4367, ext. 4085.