There are meals, and then there are Thanksgiving meals!

12 Nov 2015

Most of the year, the dedicated cooks in our kitchen have to make do with the ingredients they can get . . . The odds and ends people donate, the … Continue reading

Why meals matter!

11 Nov 2015

Since the launch of our Feed Hope Here campaign, you may notice that we are talking a lot about food! Of course, meals are important all year long. But the … Continue reading

A Kind Heart in Danger

09 Nov 2015

Del* always had a soft heart. He ran away and got married to an Alaskan Native woman at just 14 years old. For several years, he lived with her in … Continue reading

Is our heart in danger?

06 Nov 2015

“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” – Matthew 6:21 We are all born with the capacity to care for one another. How we treat the … Continue reading

Break the Cycle of poverty and homelessness

28 Sep 2015

Have you ever hammered a nail with a pair of scissors? It doesn’t work and it’s dangerous. The right tools are so important. Each $25 you give right now will … Continue reading

FEED HOPE HERE Fall Campaign

23 Sep 2015

We’re launching our fall Campaign and we need your help! This fall and winter will take its toll on families unless we all come together to FEED HOPE HERE! Multiply … Continue reading

What is Generational Poverty?

19 Sep 2015

Generational poverty is a term applied to families who have experienced poverty for at least two generations. It can affect every aspect of a person’s life: physical, social, emotional and … Continue reading

The Power of HOPE

08 Sep 2015

You’ve probably met someone who was the first in their family to go to college. But have you met anyone who was the first in their family to complete middle … Continue reading

Desperate to Escape Poverty After 46 Years

31 Aug 2015

Steve* is 46. He grew up the child of a single mom in the projects of Rainier Valley. “Everybody was fighting,” he remembers of what life was like at the … Continue reading

Stronger Together

20 Aug 2015

As I think about all the people who are hungry and experiencing homeless here in Snohomish County, my heart breaks. It has been such a busy summer. We’ve seen so … Continue reading