It is the time to give, and amid this unprecedented year sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic, many Seattle citizens are looking for their own communities to give back.
A recent study found that nearly a third of Washington households have had trouble getting enough to eat at any point since the coronavirus pandemic began. Of those households with food insecurity, 59% had children living at home.
While the city recently expanded a program to help families in need get fresh fruits and vegetables, the area’s food banks remain thin in the wake of the pandemic.
Whether you’re cleaning up the pantry or helping out your community, this is where you can donate groceries this Seattle holiday season.