This campaign brings together locally owned businesses, farmers and regional partners to provide food for support programs serving South King County.
By doing so we aim to relieve and prevent further hardship for
· those who must choose between paying for food or paying their bills
· those who have lost housing and need support as they find a new place to live, and
· those in the food delivery and service industry whose job security is affected by the coronavirus pandemic
"Think globally. Act locally."
We work to provide everyone in our community a sustainable, healthy, and full life, with special care directed to the marginalized and less fortunate. We seek to embody the belief that every life has innate worth by providing shelter, hot meals, clothing, supplies & other resources.
The REACH Meal Coalition serves dinner an average of 80 individuals every Friday, Saturday & Sunday and an average of 40 every Monday through Friday for breakfast.
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2019: Compassion in Action Report
Actions include preparing and serving meals, interacting with families, leading children's activities and more
at the Center of Hope
Clients are provided with meals, showers, laundry, clothes and hygiene items, computer access, mail service, transportation support, early learning and parent-child services and other various resources;
REACH Center of Hope:
breakfast and lunch
Monday - Friday
REACH Meal Coalition:
breakfast Monday - Friday
dinner Friday - Sunday
We provide a safe, warm and welcoming place to sleep 365 nights a year for up to 55 individuals.
Families moved into
REACH Housing Navigation Team works to meet each family's unique needs in order to secure housing
We value transparency.
"The best way to help homeless in Renton!"