• A Grand Affair Cocktail Benefit
    Please Save the Date for the West Seattle Food Bank’s Roaring 20’s themed Cocktail Benefit on Friday evening, September 14th beginning at 6:30pm at the Sanctuary Admiral, in West Seattle’s Admiral District.  Click Here for more information.
  • Together We are Making a Difference
    In our last fiscal year families visited the West Seattle Food Bank 37,943 times.  See current statistics and read more about how WSFB is helping families’ access food and other services. (Read More)
  • A Healthy Start to Life
    Watering down baby formula, known as formula “stretching” can have many serious and long term consequences for an infant.   Yet for many food insecure families, finding the resources to purchase enough formula is a severe problem. (Read More)
Food Distribution Hours

Seniors (55 & over)
Tuesdays:  9:00 am – 1:00 pm

General Public
Wednesdays:  12 noon – 7:00 pm
Thursday:  9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Friday:  10:00 am – 2:00 pm

 

Office & Donation Hours

Mon-Fri:  9:00 am-3:00 pm

Wednesday 9:00 am- 7:00 pm

3419 SW Morgan Street
Seattle, WA 98126

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Together We’re Making a Difference

 

There are over 10,000 individuals in West Seattle that live below the federal poverty level. The cost of living in Seattle is 49% higher than the national average which means many of our working families are seriously struggling to make ends meet.

2017 WSFB Statistics

  • We distribute over 1.8 million pounds of food and spent $320,000 on purchased food.
  • 10,000 individuals, including 3,400 children and 1,500 seniors, in need of food and services counted on the WSFB at some time during the year.
  • We delivered food weekly to the homes of approximately 250 elderly and disabled individuals not able to make it to the food bank through our Mobile Food Bank Services.
  • Our Backpack Program provided school children at risk of hunger over the weekend with 11,425 packs of six kid-friendly meals weekly through 13 West Seattle schools.
  • Our Pet Pantry distributed 15,000 pounds of pet food and accessories to clients to take care of their furry friends. 
  • $225,000 worth of baby food, formula, diapers, car seats, strollers, furniture, toys, clothing and other accessories were distributed to parents of infants and toddlers through our Baby and Child Corner.
  • Our Community Connections Program helps the families we serve access additional information and services from dozens of partner organizations.
  • Our Bookcase provided 9,640 books to the children and adults we serve to encourage healthy reading habits.
  • 513 volunteers donated 27,700 hours of service to the food bank through our Volunteer Program.  This would be equivalent to 13.5 full time employees!