MFSS Food Drive
Help the March for Science - Seattle and Northwest Harvest stamp out hunger! Twenty percent of children and fourteen percent of all residents in King County experience food insecurity. These numbers include our neighbors, friends, co-workers. Food insecurity affects every aspect of a person’s life.
The March for Science – Seattle can be a leader, not only in furthering science but in increasing food security throughout King County.
Northwest Harvest can use any nonperishable food or monetary donations. If you prefer to donate food, select shelf-stable food with the lowest saturated fats and refined carbohydrates (sugar, white flour). We buy white rice, beans, oats, pasta and tomato products in bulk, so we encourage you to donate other items. Here are some suggestions (ranked by importance).
Please bring food or cash donations to Cal Anderson Park at Pine and Nagle BEFORE the march. Please be advised that there will be NO parking on Nagle.
General food items
- Beef stew, chili and similar meals with low salt, sugar and saturated fats
- Canned fruit, especially with low sugar (but not artificial sweeteners)
- Canned fish or meat
- Peanut butter (plastic jars are preferred)
- Canned vegetables (low sodium)
- Brown rice
- Whole grain pastas
- Canned tomato sauces
- Shelf-stable milk
Infant and baby foods
- Baby formula
- Jars of baby food
- Powdered or canned milk
- Infant cereal
- Baby diapers accepted