The people of Eastridge desire to share the love of Christ through practical help in our community and region. Several opportunities are available to those with a heart to serve. Eastridge hosts opportunities and partners with many organizations that provide services to our community; we invite you to help by donating time or resources to these life transforming efforts.




Summer Meals Program

Eastridge Church in partnership with the Issaquah Food Bank is helping to provide a Summer Meals Program to families with students and children in our community. According to the US Department of Agriculture more than 17 million, or almost one in four, American children are at risk of hunger. Washington State ranks in the top 10 for child food insecurity in America at 19.2% meaning that they do not always have access or money to be able to supply enough food to each member for a healthy lifestyle. Many food insecure households must make choices between basic needs (including food) and medical, housing, or other bills. Having to make those choices can mean the difference between a child eating and the family falling below the poverty threshold line.

While in school kids, have access to free or reduced breakfast and lunch through federal programs like the National School Lunch Program but there is a significant gap in participation for programs that feed children when they are not in school. For this reason Eastridge Church is partnering with the Issaquah Food Bank to offer grocery bags of kid friendly healthy snacks to help supplement a family’s food supply during the week. This program is needed within the community to ensure that kids get the proper nutrition during the summer.


When: summer months with daily shopping times

Where: Issaqauh Food and Clothing Bank, 179 1st Ave. Se, Issaquah WA, 98027

Who: Children attending the Issaquah School District receive breakfast, lunch, and snack items, as well as a variety of produce and deli options, every other week.

Questions? Email Michelle or call 425-392-4123 ext. 18.

Register: Visit the Food Bank’s website


This is a great event to our community as we provide bags of groceries and turkey. November 18, 2023.

Volunteer by emailing us!

Learn more about the event and how to receive a turkey and bag of groceries.


We will wrap and distribute 1,300 toys this Christmas Season. Families will enjoy pictures with Santa and our very own Jingle Jam show (Issaquah only).

Issaquah: December 9, 2023

West Seattle: December 10, 2023

Volunteer by emailing us!


Royal Family Kids’ Camp is a one week overnight camp designed for foster children ages 7-11. RFKC campers feel loved, safe, special…and this week of positive memories can last a lifetime. These children enjoy just being kids with their summer days filled with fun activities that include; swimming, sports, games, arts and crafts, woodworking, campfires with songs, inflatables, guest speakers and an everyone’s birthday party. Everything at Royal Family Kids’ Camp teaches kids that they are and can be winners! Life may have taught them that they are unloved and unlucky, but we teach them that they can succeed. Even our camp name implies that they are royalty and part of a royal family.

Visit the Royal Family Kids Camp website.



TRAC is a summer camp experience that offers hope and encouragement to foster children who are 12 to 15 years old that may have suffered abuse, neglect or abandonment. The camp is specifically designed to ensure the success of every foster child who attends camp. Each three-day camp provides a unique ratio of one counselor to every two children, and each camp is single-gender to promote a greater level of comfort between staff and attendees. Through quality time with each child and encouragement, each child leaves camp with a positive outlook on life. Campers explore the wilderness, enjoy a variety of activities and participate in a low-level challenge course that helps the children recognize the importance of self-respect, teamwork and communication while having fun. TRAC offers encouragement and instills in these teenagers that there is hope and a future for their lives.

Visit the TRAC website.



Echo Glen is a Washington State juvenile detention facility and a school operated by the Issaquah School District. There are around 140 kids ages 11-20 years old.  Most have been abused and neglected by their parents. There are several ways to get involved on a monthly basis: birthday cakes, golf clinics, service projects and social events.

Volunteer by emailing us!


Through Medical Teams International’s partnership we are able to provide cleanings, x-rays, fillings and extractions each quarter.

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We have adopted Clark Elementary School in Issaquah to give support and assistance throughout the school year. We supply breakfast bars each month and also maintain a Clothes Closet for them.

Volunteer by emailing us!