WAYS TO GET INVOLVED: Donations for Kootenai County Emergency Management

Kootenai County has seen a rise in confirmed cases of COVID-19 to include a surge in cases of community spread. With that, we wanted to remind people of our need of donations for our first responders.

Real Life will now be a drop-off location for the following supplies needed for our medical community. We will have shopping carts outside the Post Falls Campus location Monday-Thursday from 10:00am - 12:00pm where supplies can be dropped off.


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The following items are in high demand:

  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Paper Towels
  • Sanitizing Wipes
  • Disinfectant Spray
  • Cleaners
  • Safety Eye Wear
  • Forehead or Ear Thermometers
  • 4-8 ounce Spray Bottles
  • Cloth Masks/Homemade Masks/N95/R95/Surgical Facemasks
  • Respirators and Filters

Let's rally around the people on the front line and do our best to BE THE CHURCH for Kootenai County right now!

In response to the COVID-19 situation, we know these are trying times for many in our community. Whether you are in a situation where you might need help or assistance at this time, or in a place where you are looking to offer help, Real Life is available to coordinate needs for both. 

Please look at the following options or call us at 208-777-7325.


 
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If you are in need of help with food donations or in other ways at this time, please connect with us HERE or call our Community Assistance Line at 208-777-8600.

       
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Give Help


We know many people are asking about ways they can help others at this time. If you'd like to volunteer, please fill out this VOLUNTEER FORM  and our ministry team will contact you.

You can also help us help our community by making a FINANCIAL DONATION.