We offer a variety of skill building opportunities – such as financial fitness, growing your own nutritious food, improving reading skills, cooking nutritious meals on a budget, getting fit and eating a healthy diet – helping adults, children and families across King County achieve their goals and thrive.
more than 8,000 ACCESS rides to seniors and people living with disabilities.
- Our Hunger Action Center feeds more than 4,000 families, providing food specifically for infants and toddlers through food banks, and growing and donating more than 47,000 lbs. of organic produce to Seattle food banks, meal programs and shelters.
- Our Housing programs help more than 4,700 families get out of homelessness or avoid it altogether.
- Our Transportation programs help people living on low incomes get to downtown Seattle social services, and provide