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Family Works, a Family Resource Center & Food Bank

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FamilyWorks Family Resource Center & Food Banks hosts an annual fundraising event called, Sunday Supper. FamilyWorks connects neighbors and families to nourishing food, essential resources, and a supportive community, so people can build resiliency to meet life’s challenges.

This event has been extremely successful in driving our mission of providing for families in Seattle. Last year we distributed over 246 tons of nutritious food to over 2,705 individuals and supported over 641 families through advocacy, playgroups, information, and additional resource support in our Family Resource Center.

While the event has been successful, we have not had a previous videographer to capture the events and members. Being able to have a professional video will help us promote the event and share our story with others who may be compelled to help us continue growing!

Please contact Jessiev@familyworksseattle.org with some photo samples and/or website if you may be able to help us with this event!

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About Family Works, a Family Resource Center & Food Bank

Location:

1501 N. 45th St., Seattle, WA 98103, US

Mission Statement

FamilyWorks, a food bank and family center, nourishes and strengthens individuals and families by connecting people with support, resources, and community.

Description

FamilyWorks is the only organization in Seattle with a food bank and family resource center in the same building. Because of this unique blend of services, neighbors and families have access to nutritious groceries at both our Greenwood and Wallingford Food Banks, as well as a wide array of programs and resources at our Wallingford Family Resource Center.

Through our food banks, families and individuals can receive fresh produce, dairy, proteins, and more, once a week at each location. We also offer a Grocery Delivery Program for home-bound adults, "No-Cook" or Emergency Food Bags for our neighbors struggling with housing insecurity, and "PowerPacks" for local students to stay well-nourished over the weekend.

At our Family Resource Center, families and individuals are creating a vibrant community through playgroups, participant-led workshops, and other community programs. Our Family Resource Center also offers other basic resources such as children’s clothing and diapers, broader support in referrals and connections to other services, WIC Nutritionist appointments, and more.

Community
Homeless & Housing
Hunger

WHEN

Sun Oct 25, 2020
04:00 PM - 07:30 PM  

WHERE

7700 Sand Point Way NESeattle, WA 98115

(47.68523,-122.26393)
 

SKILLS

  • Visual Arts
  • Photography
  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Advertising

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-4 hours at event and editing time

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