Recipe for Hope 2020 - Compassion in Action

Did you miss the event? It's not too late to give!

We had a great first-ever virtual Recipe for Hope this year focusing on Compassion in Action. It's the compassion of the community that has enabled us to continue to serve people under restricted conditions since the pandemic hit and that same compassion will allow our community to be resilient in the years ahead as thousands struggle to recover. Here's a snippet from one of our speakers, Linda Nageotte, President & CEO of Food Lifeline:

"Most certainly though, there is no question that our entire system will continue to see a significant
increase in the number of people facing hunger for the next several years.  Before the pandemic, 1 in 10 Washingtonians
were at risk of hunger. By December we expect that number to be 1 in 5.  And predictive models are telling
us that that number could stay that high until 2025." 

Linda Nageotte, President & CEO of Food Lifeline
 


Help us meet our fundraising goal

Please consider giving a financial gift to help us reach our goal of raising $200,000 through this fundraiser! Your contribution will directly go towards helping our neighbors and community members keep their fridges and pantries stocked. If you'd prefer to avoid online giving fees, we welcome checks made payable to "Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank" and mailed to 179 - 1st Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027. Thank you for your generosity!

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For pledges of monthly or non-online gifts (such as checks), please complete a pledge form here.

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Text to Give

To make your virtual experience even easier, we have a text to give option! Just text RFH2020 to 44-321. Thank you!

 


Watch the event video

 


Check out our 2020 event sponsors

Learn more about event sponsorships here.

2020 Premier Sponsors

                  
    

2020 Champion Sponsors

                              

                                   

                                    

 

2020 Advocate Sponsors

 


Have a question?

You can reach out to Bonnie DeCaro-Monahan at bonnie@issaquahfoodbank.org.