ONE LIFE RE-OPENINGo Open for business: 2 p.m. Sunday, and Sundays thereafter.o “Grand” opening celebration: noon, Saturday, March 15. Food and games, but no food boxes will be distributed.o Where: 1801 Daniels St.o What it is: One Life is a one-visit-per-month food pantry that’s open on Sunday afternoons, beginning at 2 p.m., to those who qualify. You must sign up in person no later than 2:30 p.m. on Sunday to take a pantry “shopping trip.”o Facts: In 2012, One Life provided emergency food boxes for approximately 2,700 households and 10,200 individuals. Approximately 39 percent of One Life’s clients are children.o Call: 360-904-1273.o On the Web: welcometoonelife.comFISH OF VANCOUVERo Current location: 551 W. 14th Street, St. Paul Lutheran Churcho Proposal: Leave current location in St. Paul church, buy commercial building at 906 Harney St.o Challenges: Raising approximately $500,000, securing City of Vancouver approval.o What it is: A one-visit-per-month food pantry that’s open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays to those who qualify.o That name: FISH stands for Friends in Service to Humanity. The name “FISH of Vancouver” confuses enough people that a subtitle has been adopted: Westside Food Pantry of Vancouver.o Facts: About to celebrate its 45th anniversary, FISH moves approximately 2,000 pounds of food through its doors every weekday. In 2013 it provided food boxes for nearly 23,000 households and 61,000 individuals. That’s a 19 percent increase from 2013.o Contribute: Call 360-573-7027 or visit the website.o On the Web: fishvancouver.orgHunger has soared on the west side of Vancouver since the beginning of the Great Recession, according to George Kaufer, president of the downtown food pantry FISH of Vancouver.