What they do
A unique model among area food providers, the Emergency Feeding Program has served on the front lines in the fight against local hunger for over three decades. Founded in the strong belief that everyone deserves high quality, nutritious food to eat, EFP seeks to address not just empty stomachs, but the integrity of the whole individual, serving always with compassion and respect. The following three key strategies make EFP a vital link in the wider safety net of human services:
1) MAKE THE FOOD AVAILABLE WHERE PEOPLE GO FOR HELP.
Food banks are not open seven days a week, and many have eligibility restrictions. The Emergency Feeding Program is designed to address emergency needs when people in crisis need help the most, with no wait time and no restrictions. That’s why we partner with over 130 collaborating social service agencies, food banks, schools, public health clinics, and faith communities to make food accessible when and where people need it. Food packs are available seven days a week need. To himself, each member believes it is his job to do what he can as an individual to make this old world a better place for all to live.
"Our mission is to provide a nutritional response to people in need of immediate food assistance by collaborating with partner agencies to ensure that no one will go hungry tonight."
851 Houser Way N, Ste. A
Renton, WA 98057