Monthly Archives: September 2017

Project Harvest

You may have heard the term “gleaning” but what is it exactly? Gleaning is when volunteers harvest produce left behind in farm fields and donate it to local food banks. It prevents crops from going to waste and helps fresh, nutritious food reach people in need. Project Harvest is the largest, most productive gleaning program […]

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Fresh Bucks Program

SNAP/EBT customers can double their buying power up to $10.00 with the Snohomish Farmers Market Fresh Bucks Program. There are still 2 Thursdays left to take advantage of this great program!   Thursdays 3-7, Cedar Ave & Pearl St, Snohomish

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A Summer Well Spent

It was a busy summer in Snohomish! Kids’ Café served 23,269 meals to children in our community while the food bank distributed over 282,000 pounds of food, infant bags, pet food, home delivery groceries and pre-pack bags (homeless groceries) to our clients. We couldn’t have done it without our dedicated volunteers and the amazing support […]

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Snohomish Zombie Walk

You are cordially invited to stroll with the un-dead during the Historic Downtown Snohomish 4th annual Snohomish Zombie Walk Saturday the 16th. All food donations will benefit the food bank! Whether you are a participant or a spectator, this family friendly event is a total blast so come on down…if you dare! All the info […]

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A Beautiful Variety of Produce

St. Michael’s dropped off another 54 pounds of fresh produce from their church garden earlier today. Our clients will be treated to healthy kale, lemon cucumbers, heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, spaghetti squash, 2 types of beans even tomatillos! By our records, they have generously donated over 700 pounds this summer. Thank you St. Michael’s!

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