Enroll As a Member
Visit our office at 22 Kersey Road, Peace Dale, RI.
Proof that you live in South Kingstown, Narragansett, Jamestown, or Block Island
(utility bill or lease)
Identification for you and/or your spouse
(driver’s license, military ID, or passport)
Proof of dependents under age 18
(birth certificates, SNAP or school lunch letter)
Call Jen Krueger at (401) 789-1559 ext. 10 for information.
Explore Your Member Benefits
Healthy Food and Summer Food Programs
The Jonnycake Market is a client-choice food pantry committed to providing households with healthy food. There are a host of shopping opportunities available including school vacation meals during school breaks for children who attend the South Kingstown, Narragansett, or Block Island school system. Learn more about the Jonnycake Market…
Food Is Medicine
A ten week cooking and health education series for people living with diabetes and chronic health conditions. Begins January 10th.
– Improve your health through a plant-based diet
– Get your health questions answered by local experts
– Optional walking group, weather permitting
– Take home ingredients, cookware, and gift cards
Healthy Habits Cooking Class.
This program will be offered by the RI Community Food Bank beginning January 31st from 12:30pm to 2:00pm and running every Tuesday until February 21st. To sign up, contact Kharissa Wilson at 789-1559 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Get your taxes prepared and filed for free by our team of IRS-certified tax preparers. Program runs from February 6th through April 12th. Call Kharissa at 789-1559 to make an appointment.
Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) Returns to Wakefield
Wood River Health Services will be on site to offer WIC. In addition to WIC benefits, participants will be eligible for diapers, fresh produce, and more. WIC representatives will be at the Jonnycake Center from 8:30am to 3:30pm on 1/26, 2/23, 3/30. Sign up at 387-9611.
We now offer landlords incentives to help mitigate financial risk and make the rental experience a positive one. Landlords can also encourage tenants to participate in our “ready to rent” 8-hour course designed to help tenants be successful renters.
The Jeff Melish Fund for Basic Needs
Emergency assistance is available to assist with first month’s rent to secure new housing; missed rent to prevent evictions; help with utilities; assistance with car repairs and transportation; and more. A comprehensive assessment of the situation and household finances is required.
Community Health Outreach
Our community health worker helps households experiencing significant challenges connect with resources, health care providers, and basic needs. Home visits and accompaniment to critical appointments and services available.
Children’s Enrichment Referrals
Assistance with accessing summer camp, after-school programming and enrichment activities is available. Back-to-school supplies are provided before the start of the school year.
Peace Dale Leadership Council
Join our growing group of Peace Dale residents working to improve the quality of life for families in their neighborhood.