Linking local farmers with people in need of healthy food

Farms for Life's mission to provide fresh, locally-grown produce to under-served people in our community comes full circle with our education program. Our goal is to provide individuals and families with the resources and confidence to make healthier food choices: to take advantage of the fresh, seasonal produce offerings we deliver and other opportunities as they become available. We provide on-site, interactive cooking classes to demonstrate simple, budget-conscious recipes using fresh, whole-food ingredients that are both healthy and delicious.


 

Read more about Farms For Life in this article in the Woodinville Weekly.

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The produce that Farms for Life provides is grown free of
chemicals, insecticides, or pesticides.

Agencies supported in 2017

FareStart

FareStart

FareStart provides a community that transforms lives by empowering homeless and disadvantaged men, women and families to achieve self-sufficiency through life skills, job training, and employment in the food service industry.
Seattle

Hero House

Hero House

Hero House provides services and meals for people suffering from mental illness.
Bellevue

Imagine Housing

Imagine housing

Imagine Housing builds and manages affordable apartments for people in need on the Eastside.
Kirkland

Northshore Community Kitchen

Northshore Community Kitchen

Northshore Community Kitchen provides daily lunches and weekly family meals to low-income youth who are students in the Northshore School District.

Open Kitchen

Open Kitchen

Open Kitchen offers a free weekly meal to people in need.
Redmond

Plymouth Housing

Plymouth Housing

Plymouth Housing Group works to eliminate homelessness and address its causes by preserving, developing and operating safe, quality, supportive housing and by providing homeless adults with opportunities to stabilize and improve their lives.
Seattle