Feed the Community

Feed the Community

Feed the Community

TEEN FEED: Join us the fifth Monday of a month (almost every other month) for Teen Feed. The task force serves a hot, nutritious meal to 30-60 homeless youth as part of an interfaith coalition. Our team is divided into a cooking team and a serving/cleaning team. Each shift is approximately 2 hours long, starting at 4:30 pm and ending around 8:30 pm. We meet in the University Lutheran Church on the corner of 16th Ave. NE and NE 50th Street.
Contact: Joan Lite Miller

LAKE CITY MEALS: Join us the third Sunday of every month as we bring prepared meals and feed our neighbors in Lake City. 5:00 p.m. is drop-off and set-up; 5:30-6:30 p.m. is meal service. You can participate by just providing a meal (10-12 servings) and dropping it off and/or you can stay help set-up and serve. Location: Lamb of G-d Lutheran Church at 12509 27th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125.
Contact: Julie Klein.

FOOD DRIVES:

Safeway gift card drive – help without leaving your home!

March-May 2020

Congregation Beth Shalom’s Immigration Committee partners with the Church Council of Greater Seattle to house and support asylum seekers. There is a need for rent and food assistance, as the current situation with coronavirus is causing financial insecurity for many. Beth Shalom has $25 Safeway gift cards that you can purchase and donate. To do so, simply call the front office at (206) 524-0075, and we can bill your account. We will then mail the donated gift cards to the Church Council for distribution to families in need.

Recent:

The Alternative Food Bank Project

The Alternative Food Bank supports individuals and families impacted by the immigration system. An aggressive ICE deportation campaign has left many immigrant families vulnerable and wary of reaching out to government-funded food banks and resource centers — the Alternative Food Bank Project was established to help fill this void. The project involves partners throughout the Puget Sound coordinating donation drop-off sites. CBS has been serving as the drop-off site for donations from six different congregations that make up the U-District Sanctuary Hub. Donations will be distributed by the Alternative Food Bank in south Seattle, where there is the most need.

Spring:

Passover Food Drive for Jewish Family Service
Chametz Food and Toiletries Drive

Fall:

JFS Community-Wide Food Drive

Help support the Polack Food Bank during our annual Community-Wide Food Drive, which officially begins with announcements at Rosh Hashanah and culminates at the Food Sort. The Food Sort is a one-day event at the end of our Community-Wide Food Drive. Hundreds of volunteers come to our donated warehouse space to help sort and organize Food Drive donations. Donations can be made year-round.

 

 

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