Meal Recipients

All of our restaurant partners prepare most or all meals specifically for organizations that provide food assistance to the communities they serve, which include low-income, immigrants and refugees, seniors, youth, and houseless populations.

Wasat

Community meal drop-in hours:

Rainier Arts Center, 3515 S Alaska St, Seattle: Mondays 4:30-6:30pm

Wa Na Wari, 911 24th Ave, Seattle: Tuesdays 4-6pm

Ta’alem Community Center, 6721 MLK Ir Way S, Seattle: Wednesdays 7pm

East African Community Services, 7050 32nd Ave S, Seattle: Fridays 5:30-7pm

Wasat’s Neighborly Needs program was conceived in 2019 and is committed to distribute free and culturally nourishing meals multiple times a week to communities across South Seattle neighborhoods that are facing food inaccessibility.  Their program promotes economic stability for caterers and independently-owned restaurants, removes barriers to nourishing food, and cultivates community around fresh and hot meals.  The meals are served with dignity and are a touch-point to invite youth, families, and individuals to community for a sense of belonging and holistic wellness. 

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YouthCare

Providing services and meals to houseless youth at multiple locations across Seattle.

FamilyWorks

Two-location food bank with mobile units delivering prepared meals and groceries to North Seattle residents 

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Catholic Community Services

Supports low-income, homebound seniors in Kent and Auburn

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Promotes long-term economic stability to local refugees and immigrants by providing job training, housing stabilization, and other programs. 

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SHAG Residents

Affordable housing nonprofit supporting seniors who identify as food insecure at their Tukwila Village location.

International Rescue Committee

Resettlement agency helping refugees relocate. 

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Mobile pantry at Food Innovation Network farmers market booth in Tukwila. 

Communities in School – Kent

15 schools in the Kent/Covington school district. They provide services to families who qualify for free or reduced meals. 90% of the students they serve are BIPOC and largely of immigrant backgrounds.

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Emergency shelter for women and children, small apartment complex housing victims of domestic abuse.

Iraqi Community Center of WA

Meals for immigrant and refugee seniors. 

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SCIDpda Residents

Provides culturally relevant meals to senior citizens in affordable housing programs from neighborhood restaurants. 

Nickelsville

Self-managed, democratically run tiny house villages located throughout Seattle. 

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Cham Refugees Community Center

Organization supporting Cambodian and Vietnamese immigrants and refugees.

Real Change

Economic, social and racial justice organization supporting an average of 350 low-income and houseless people in the Greater Seattle Area each month. 

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Seattle Housing Authority

Supporting immigrant and refugee populations from East Africa and Asia.

Food Intentions

Delivers meals made by local restaurants to encampments, shelters, and local food banks.

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South Park Community Center

Community Center in the heart of the small but ethnically diverse neighborhood in southwest Seattle.

Wa Na Wari

Supporting African American communities in Seattle’s Central District. 

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Southeast Seattle Senior Center

Multi service senior center serving people over 50 years old. 

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