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Compassion, Integrity, Respect

The Emergency Feeding Program exists for one reason--to fight hunger. Our job is to make sure that no one in King County has to go hungry for even one night.

Hunger is everywhere in our community, from the suburbs on the Eastside to the streets of Downtown Seattle. It affects everyone: working families, the elderly, young adults--even children. We provide an emergency response to hunger that helps people get through the night.

We pack 15 varieties of nutritionally balanced, culturally appropriate nonperishable food packs that we make available to people in our community who are struggling with hunger. We work with over 180 distribution partners--including schools, public health clinics and churches--to meet our clients wherever they are and to guide them to the long-term resources they need to get back on their feet.

Our food packs are available to anyone who needs them. We do not turn anyone away.


EFP News and Upcoming Events

Open House

Come See Our New Facility in Renton!

Saturday, April 12, 2014
Open House: 3pm-8pm*

*Light refreshment & live music from 5-8

851 Houser Way N
Renton, WA 98057

The Feinstein Foundation's 17th Annual $1 Million Giveaway To Fight Hunger

Donate to the Emergency Feeding Program between March 1st & April 30th to boost your impact in the fight against hunger in Seattle & King County!

For the 17th consecutive year, philanthropist Alan Shawn Feinstein will divide $1 million among non-profit hunger fighting agencies nationwide. The more donations we receive this spring as part of the Feinstein Challenge, the higher percentage of EFP will receive of the $1 million

Visit the Feinstein Foundation's Home Page for more information on the 17th Annual $1 Million Giveaway to Fight Hunger