Good Food Kitchens is a food assistance, economic development, and local food resilience program serving King County.


We provide funds directly to restaurants to prepare free, nutritious and culturally relevant meals for community members in need, helping to keep restaurant doors open and workers employed, while purchasing from local farms and producers and creating long-term local supply chain relationships.

WATCH: Learn more about the whole food system approach to food assistance in this video featuring the
Musang Community Kitchen, Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center, and
Southeast Seattle Senior Center.

Since 2020, Good Food Kitchens has served almost 90,000 meals.


Help us reach our goal to fund the provision of
75,000 more meals by the end of 2023:

Questions about Good Food Kitchens? Interested in sponsorship opportunities to support our Good Food work? Email us at

Good Food Kitchens is an initiative of the Good Food Economy, a program of Seattle Good Business Network, connecting the Puget Sound food community in order to strengthen the local food pipeline and build a resilient, sustainable, and just local food economy.

Seattle Good Business Network connects and inspires people to buy, produce, and invest locally, so that everyone has a meaningful stake in the local economy. Learn more at

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Thank You to all of the Individual Donors, Sponsors and Funders Who Make this Work Possible