Food Banks

These resources help individuals and families acquire emergency food assistance.

Capitol Hill Community Resource Center
Working with low-income residents of Seattle’s Capital Hill to provide social services and referral resources to food, housing, clothing and transportation, as well as dental, medical and mental health care.
Provides help with energy bill assistance, food bank, job search assistance, vocational training, and driver’s license reinstatement in Seattle.

Food Life Line
Food banks and meal programs in Western WA.
Offers emergency financial assistance for water bills, prescriptions, bus tickets and clothing vouchers and food bank resources.

Northwest Harvest
Supplies food to food banks and meal programs throughout Washington State, and runs the Cherry St Food Bank in Downtown Seattle at:
  711 Cherry St., Seattle.

People Point: Bridge to Benefits – City of Seattle
Access to benefit programs for low-income to moderate income families in King County for child care, food assistance, health care assistance and utility assistance.

Seattle-King County Food Bank Directory
Comprehensive listings for food bank and meal programs for Seattle and King County.

University District Food Bank
University District area food bank serving low-income people of North Seattle.
Washington Information Network - Community Resources
WIN is an online directory of resources including food banks, emergency shelters, transportation assistance, health clinics, and legal help.

Washington State Dept of Commerce
Mapping tool for all food banks in Washington State, organized by county.
Childcare, clothing, counseling, domestic violence, emergency shelter, employment, food, health services, housing.