Linking local farmers with people in need of healthy food

Supporters

Support from these companies and organizations helps us to meet our goals

Google

GooglersGive Program

Farms for Life is registered for the GooglersGive gift matching program.

Eastside Community Aid

Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop

Eastside Community Aid runs a thrift shop in Kirkland, and uses those funds to support charities that serve Eastside communities.

Whole Foods

Whole Foods

Farms for Life was chosen as one of the charities participating in the bag refund donation program. Thank you to Whole Foods for your support throughout the years

Creag Foundation

Creag Foundation

The Creag Foundation, based in Woodinville, awards grants to nonprofit organizations with innovative approaches to addressing social problems.

Lucky Seven Foundation

Lucky Seven Foundation

The Lucky Seven Foundation works for the betterment of life in the Puget Sound Basin.

Ludlow Foundation

Ludlow Foundation

The Ludlow Foundation, based in Spokane, is a small family foundation aimed at meeting essential human needs.

Microsoft Employee Giving

Microsoft Employee Giving

Microsoft supports their employees' passion for giving, matching employee donations of time and money to nonprofit organizations. Each October, their fun and spirited employee Giving Campaign - a tradition since 1983 - makes a significant annual impact in addition to generous giving year-round.

PCC Community Markets

PCC Community Markets

PCC began as a food-buying club of 15 Seattle families in 1953. Since then, their priorities haven't changed. In everything, they strive to be an advocate for our community. PCC is dedicated to preserving local farmland and partnering with Northwest producers and ranchers.

Pinkerton Foundation

Pinkerton Foundation

The Foundation supports community based charitable organizations.

Sammamish Valley Grange

Sammamish Valley Grange

The Grange supports community activities with an emphasis on local sustainable agriculture, and charities that distribute food to their local areas.