Event Detail

Food Truck Food Drive

600 106th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA
Thursday, August 21, 2014 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Tuesday August 19 to Thursday August 21

During the Food Truck Food Drive, $1 from every entree will benefit Food Lifeline.

Participating Food Trucks Include:

Tuesday, August 19
Wednesday, August 20
Thursday, August 21
Skillet
Jemil's Big Easy
My Chef Lynn
Fez on Wheels
Where ya at Matt
Seattle Biscuit Company
Chopstix
Sam Choy’s Poke
Tokyo Dog
Street Donuts
Street Treats
Plum Burgers
Off the Rez
Six Coins Japanese Food Truck
Crisp Creperie
Buns
Ezell's Express 
Snout & Company

Make Lunch Matter

Donate

With traditional canned food drives, you take your dollar to the grocery store, you can purchase one to two cans of food to donate. When Food Lifeline takes that same dollar, we can stretch it to get 5.8 pounds of fresh healthy food that hungry families need-including fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products and high quality proteins. The same sort of food that you shop for each week.

No family should sit down to an empty table. Our goal is to raise $5,000 through the Food Truck Food Drive. Help us fill the plates and feed families in Western Washington by making a donation today. A gift of $25 or more helps us provide healthy food to feed a family of 4 for a week. Decide how many families you want to help feed and make your lunch matter.

Spread the Word

Tweet: Take action today and join the nation's largest single-day food drive on May 10th. http://ctt.ec/s4r03+

Click to Tweet: Great food great cause. Join us for the Food Truck Food Drive in Bellevue Aug 19-21 to benefit @Foodlifeline #makelunchmatter

Tweet: Take action today and join the nation's largest single-day food drive on May 10th. http://ctt.ec/s4r03+

Click to Tweet: Fresh food makes a difference for hungry families served by @FoodLifeline. Find out how you can help #makelunchmatter

Tweet: Take action today and join the nation's largest single-day food drive on May 10th. http://ctt.ec/s4r03+

Click to Tweet: Today my lunch provided 5.8 pounds of fresh food for @Foodlifeline. What did your lunch do? #makelunchmatter

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