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Across Washington state, more people are struggling to pay their bills, make rent, and put food on the table. More families than ever before are coming through the doors of foodbanks in the communities Food Lifeline serves. While we have increased our output to meet the growing demand, ending hunger once and for all requires partnership with local governments and elected officials. We are working to communicate with elected leaders about how people experience hunger in their own communities.
Learn about Food Lifeline's Advocacy Efforts
Food Lifeline is working to end hunger for the future by addressing its root causes through advocacy efforts to shape local, state, and federal policy, by partnering with organizations that are addressing other causes of poverty, and through community engagement and mobilization efforts. Learn more about our latest advocacy efforts to raise awareness on hunger relief issues.
Add Your Name to End Hunger
Washington’s legislative session in Olympia began on January 11th, and we’re growing our grassroots team to advocate for hunger relief resources to protect vulnerable communities across the state this year. Join the movement of advocates ready to fight hunger during the state legislative session. While there’s a lot of uncertainty right now, one thing is for sure – too many Washingtonians go hungry every day, and we’re going to need your help to make a difference.
An Open Letter to Food Lifeline Stakeholders
In advance of the 2021 legislative session, please read a message from Linda Nageotte, President and CEO of Food Lifeline on our next steps to end hunger in Western Washington. “I first want to express my gratitude to each of you. Since the pandemic began, we have worked tirelessly to end hunger by advancing the belief that all people deserve access to enough nutritious food, and hunger is unacceptable in Washington state… continue reading.
Read Our Policy Platform
Food Lifeline’s Public Policy Platform is intended to support the organization’s mission work, and specifically, advocacy aimed at root causes of hunger.
Food Lifeline’s goal is to elevate the issue of hunger with candidates during the election cycle. Each candidate for state and federal office received our questionnaire.
Food Lifeline sets out to work with legislative champions in Olympia and Washington DC on policies to solve hunger problems, protect successful safety net programs, and secure new investments for hunger relief efforts. Learn more about Washington’s 2020 State Legislative Session in this summary.