Monthly Archives: April 2018

Lawns To Lettuce

As you plan your garden this year, please consider planting a row to share with the food bank! Fresh produce is so healthy and always appreciated by our families. From apples to zucchini, we gladly welcome your homegrown harvest!     Here are a few resources to inspire you: Lawns To Lettuce & Project Harvest […]

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They Invented It!

    We have dozens of dollies that we use to transport our crates and donations throughout the food bank. Storing the extras was always tricky because their weight and wheels would make them teeter off of each other. Volunteers Paul and Judy came up with a fantastic solution. Their mobile Dolly Hauly invention allows […]

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Pet Food Pantry

Our pet pantry needs your help! We are running very low on cat and kitten food. If you would like to help feed our feline friends, please consider donating canned or dry food. We can even accept open bags of dry food because we re-portion it so every family will be able to take food […]

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Farmers Market Vouchers For Seniors

  We are pleased to announce Homage Senior Services (previously known as Snohomish Senior Services) has opened up enrollment for their Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program. Click the link below to download an application for $40.00 worth of vouchers to spend at the Snohomish Farmers Market! You can download an application here.

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Minimizing Waste

We do our best not to let anything go to waste at the food bank. When we have bread, produce and dairy that can’t be served to our families, we offer it to local farmers as farm feed. We also have a compost program for canned and boxed goods. We believe these are better alternatives […]

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