Call us  Email: info@qafb.org Phone: (206) 216-4102 Hours: Meal Program, 8.30-11am, Mon-Fri Food Bank, Every Thursday 2-4pm

232 Warren Ave N Seattle WA 98109

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    Donate Food

    From community food drives to food industry donations, its simple to help!

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    Nominate QAFB for the People Helping People Awards!

    BECU wants members to nominate their favorite non profits by June 1 for their People Helping People Awards. Tell them why you think QAFB's work is so important, and why you volunteer, and we could receive a cash prize.

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    Volunteer!

    We rely on an amazing group of 60+ volunteers to help us with a variety of tasks each week. Find out how you and your family can get involved.

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    Donate!

    We provide 600+ sack lunches each week, and assist over 400 families monthly with emergency food. We couldn't provide these important services without the help and support of friends like you!

We envision a community where no one goes hungry, and our neighbors in need have equitable access to enough healthy and wholesome food to meet their needs.

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Ride for QAFB!

QAFB staff and volunteers will be riding the 200 mile Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic on July 12 to raise awareness and money for the Queen Anne Food Bank.

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Nominate QAFB!

Members of BECU can nominate QAFB for the People Helping People awards until June 1!

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Organize a Food Drive

Organizing a food drive is a great team building exercise and helps us keep our shelves stocked with a variety of fresh and healthy options. Contact info@qafb.org for more information.

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Here's what our clients and volunteers have to say about us!

The Queen Anne Food Bank at Sacred Heart Church is my own very favorite food bank in the Seattle area. This is based on my necessary use of a number of them over the last nine years. No other Seattle food bank I have experienced has such a consistent community feel. The staff and volunteers here know most of the regular guests by name, and offer cordial community conversation to all who come here. - Rebecca, Food Bank Client

I volunteer because I want to do something that has a direct impact on my local community. It also gives me an opportunity to use my creative skills in ways that I do not usually get to at my regular job. - Sam, Volunteer

This is a safe area, a sanctuary for those on the street. People are well received, and staff and volunteers are positive. We're allowed to eat and sit in tranquility. - Frederick, Meal Program Client