Strengthening & Supporting Seattle Food Banks Since 1984
Since 1984, local emergency food providers have worked together to coordinate services in the struggle against hunger.
Seattle Food Committee members represent 27 food programs serving those in need of supplemental food. SFC works with food distributors and other service providers to coordinate and maximize the efficiency of Seattle’s emergency food system.
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Seattle Food Bank Numbers for 2014
For the eighth year in a row, Seattle area food banks saw an increase in their service counts. Food banks are serving 45% more households than they did at the beginning of the recession in 2007 and many of the individuals served are our community’s most vulnerable individuals. 34% of client visits in 2014 were seniors over the age of 55 and 24% were children 18 and younger. Through our collective voice, the Seattle Food Committee aims to provide support to food banks as they serve these individuals and advocate for policies that impact hunger in our communities.
You can read more on the 2015 Seattle Food Committee Fact Sheet.