Whether your gift is cash, a monthly pledge, a bequest in your will or even loose change, your contribution makes a big difference.
We rely on our volunteers, and we have opportunities available for groups and individuals year-round.
An action as simple as writing a postcard or forwarding an email has the power to change thousands of lives.
Northwest Harvest’s hunger relief network consists of more than 360 food banks, meal programs and high-need schools.
Northwest Harvest is excited to announce the expansion of our Yakima warehouse!
When the facility adjoining our existing warehouse became available on Oct. 1, it provided a great opportunity for us to address our growing need for space in Yakima.more
Today we take the time thank the veterans in our community.more
Have you ever thought about how turn your favorite pasta dish into a soup? I hadn't but one creative cook managed to turn a full meal dish into a full meal soup. Check out her creativity with this week's featured recipe.more
Have you heard that cuts to SNAP benefits are coming tomorrow? What does that mean for our neighbors in Washington? What does that mean for those of us working to combat hunger here in our state and nationally? Thanks to the Washington Post for posting a couple of fantastic reads about what is happening and what is coming up due to these cuts.more
For the 3rd year Young's Market NW hosts the buy a bottle program. This year they have expanded the number of vendors included!@more
JACK FM’s “Jack CAN DO” food drive starts November 25 with collections occurring multiple days per week at numerous locations region-wide through December 21. With the support of great partners and generous listeners, Jack CAN DO has generated thousands of pounds of food over the last few years. For a complete list of dates, times and locations visit JackSeattle.com or listen to 96.5 Jack FM.more
The KIMA Kids for Cans event consists of Yakima area schools holding food drives from the beginning of November through the end of January. It is a school challenge with a competition for the school that collects the most food.more