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.
The Seattle Mariners opened their stadium for fans to come watch the away opener against the Anaheim Angels and help fight hunger.more
We've recently received a number of reports of unwanted phone calls from an entity identifying themselves as Northwest Harvest. Please be aware, Northwest Harvest does NOT make phone solicitations!more
Several of you have asked how to help the victims of the Snohomish County mudslide and whether we are doing anything special to help our partners affected by the disaster.
Northwest Harvest has been in contact with our contacts in the area, and we are responding to their requests. On Wednesday, we are sending 11,000 pounds of food and suppliesmore
At Northwest Harvest, we hear of many creative ways by which people and companies get motivated to give back. The Seahawk's appearance and success in this year's Super Bowl was about more than just football for Amgen and its employees.more
Congratulations to Highland High School (Yakima) which won this year's Kids for Cans event!more
Seattle Beer Week celebrates 2014 with Bluegrass & Beer at Hale’s Palladium in Fremont, WA.more
Volunteers and staff collect food and funds from fans as they enter the stadium. This year the Detroit Tigers come to town for the 7:10 p.m. game.more
Join us Friday, June 6 from all Top Pot locations as we celebrate this festive occasion.more