Efficient & Accountable

Rescue Food.

Feed Hungry People.


Whether you’re contributing your food, funds, time or voice to stopping hunger with Food Lifeline - we want you to know the current state of our combined efforts to end hunger in Western Washington.

That’s why we annually produce our Accountability Report, to give our community an update on who we’re serving, how we’re helping them and to show the overall health of our organization.

Food Lifeline’s most recent fiscal year ran from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014. Key highlights from this year include:

  • More than 778,000 people, undupli
    cated, visited a Food Lifeline supported food bank or meal program
  • An additional 4.6 million meals and snacks were provided via hot meal programs
  • Ninety-five percent of the food we distributed was donated by the food industry or the USDA
  • 9,943 volunteers together contributed the equivalent hours of 22 full time employees.

Download and read the entire Accountability Report for FY 2015 and see how together we’re solving hunger in Western Washington.

Accountability Reports:

FY 2015 Accountability Report

FY 2014 Accountability Report

FY 2013 Accountability Report

FY 2012 Accountability Report

Food Lifeline 990 Tax Forms:

FY 2015 Food Lifeline 990

FY 2014 Food Lifeline 990

FY 2013 Food Lifeline 990

FY 2012 Food Lifeline 990

Food Lifeline Audited Financial Statements:

FY 2015

FY 2014

FY 2013

FY 2012

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