Pam Saito began working at the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank in 2012. Pam brings several years of experience working with a diverse community with recovering alcoholics and addicts as well as working closely with women living in a sober living home as they try to rebuild their lives.
Her passion runs true and deep to help people. Pam finds fulfillment working with the clients and volunteers. The work being done here at the IFCB is inspiring and making a tremendous and positive impact on the community.