Blog Statewide Network Update September 2, 2020 Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email COVID-19 NOTICE: Many food programs have adjusted hours or services in response to the pandemic. Guests are strongly recommended to call ahead or check for updates online to confirm program availability before visiting. Washington Food Coalition has documented closures or changes in operations at food banks across the state, listed by county and date here. Food Lifeline has also assembled this Google Map with information compiled in cooperation with Northwest Harvest and Second Harvest. It includes information for those interested in volunteering as well as in need of food, provides search options filtered by service, and is refreshed daily. At Northwest Harvest, we believe that when help is needed, it should be freely given, no questions asked. No one should go hungry, putting the health of themselves and their families at risk, because of fear. We will work to ensure that anyone in need knows that our nutritious food is available and that they are welcome. Northwest Harvest’s hunger relief network is comprised of 375 food banks, meal programs and high-need schools as unique as the communities they serve. We provide food to these programs to supplement their other sources of support. Northwest Harvest has a process in place to add partner programs in our Hunger Response Network. To learn more about applying for partnership in Northwest Harvest’s Hunger Response Network, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (toll free): 1.877.353.7469.