Advocacy for Partner Programs
January 22, 2020
Growing Food Justice Across Washington
Our Work|Regional Distribution
Northwest Harvest distributes an average of two million meals each month to a broad partner network of 375 food banks, meal programs, and high-need schools throughout Washington—representing communities in every county in the state.
In order to accomplish this remarkable feat, Northwest Harvest built three distribution centers across the state. These centers efficiently serve our partnerships with food programs across Washington, which allow our communities to better provide food where it’s most needed.
Western Washington: Kent
Central Washington: Yakima
Eastern Washington: Spokane
Distributes over 2.5 million pounds of food to approximately 50 programs in Grays Harbor, Pacific, Mason, Wahkiakum, Thurston, Jefferson, and Lewis Counties.
A regional distributor serving Pierce County, distributing nearly 15.1 million pounds of food to 74 programs without fees. They also operate the eight-acre organic Mother Earth Farm that grows about 150,000 pounds of fresh produce for food banks and meal programs.
Connects farmers, trucker drivers, volunteers, and food banks for hunger relief. Harvest Against Hunger gathers up to 10 million pounds of produce annually from Washington state food producers.