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Hunger in Washington State

Hundreds of thousands of people in Washington state face hunger and food insecurity every day. Hunger affects people in every community in our state, disproportionately impacting children, seniors, veterans, people with disabilities, working families and communities of color.

At Feeding Washington, we believe that geographic, racial and social inequities contribute to hunger and must be addressed in unison. Our approach is to bring together nonprofit partners, government agencies and elected officials to challenge systemic inequities and social injustice and develop long-term, sustainable strategies to ensure that everybody has enough food to eat.

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Food Lifeline Invests $1.4 million+ in its Partners

Food Lifeline Invests $1.4 million+ in its Partners

From the Food Lifeline blog: As we move through the recovery stage of the pandemic, the communities we serve continue to face an unprecedented need for nutritious food. We recognize that feeding everyone in need means we must distribute more food through the hunger...


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