At Food Lifeline, we believe that no one deserves to be hungry and that ending hunger is possible. By mobilizing resourses and engaging communities, we're working to feed people today while solving hunger for tomorrow. Collaborating with the food industry and its surpluses, we come up with creative solutions to ending hunger, including redirecting good food from manufacturers, farmers, grocery stores and restaurants that might otherwise go to waste. We provide 97,000 meals a day to local food assistance programs and that, combined with our policy work, creates a sustainable approach to hunger.
Food Lifeline staff are available to speak with the media on issues of hunger, including the current state of hunger in Western Washington, Food Stamps and SNAP, and how the community is responding.
To request an interview with Food Lifeline staff please contact: Mark Coleman, Marketing & Communications Director at MarkC@FoodLifeline.org or 206.850.3752.
Recent Media Mentions for Food Lifeline
KING5 News - Food prescriptions for low-income diabetes patients
Seattle Times - Chefs help Food Lifeline raise money for a million meals
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter - PSE electric customers can donate a fridge or freezer to help fight hunger
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter - Bothell chef and former Seahawk team up for fundraiser
Seattle Times - Guest: Where do hungry kids go during the summer?
Monroe Monitor - DelBene visits Sultan’s busy Kids Café summer lunch program
The Seattle Times - There's a new whisk in town at the Bite of Seattle
425 Magazine - Food Lifeline Cafe Helps Hungry Kids
We Are Juxt - Stamping Out Hunger, All Year Round
The Seattle Times blog – Seattle wins another taste of the Super Bowl