|,||Dignity/Seattle Does Spuds
On Tuesday, October 16, four Dignity/Seattle members together with almost a dozen volunteers from other organizations sorted through several tons of potatoes to rescue over 7100 pounds of perfectly edible spuds. Also recovered were a few oddly shaped spuds that would unlikely be found in a grocery store. The potatoes were boxed, weighed, stacked on pallets, and staged for an early morning pickup for distribution to approximately 275 food banks in Western Washington. We hope you can join us for our next Food Lifeline volunteer evening on Tuesday, December 4th.
|USPS Stamp Out Hunger Food Sort on August 14, 2018
What happens to the food you donate to the USPS Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive?
|Summer Picnic 2018
Ten members and friends enjoyed a real feast at Becky's home in North Seattle on Saturday, July 28th. As last year, Dignity/Seattle provided the burgers, dog, and buns while attendees contributed a wide assortment of salads, sides, drinks, and desserts. The weather was perfect under the shade of Becky's large backyard tree. Vasco did a superb job as this year's grill master. Thanks to Becky for again hosting the summer picnic at her home's lovely backyard. Wishing everyone a pleasant second half to our Seattle summer. - the Dignity/Seattle Board
|Spring 2018 Celebration Brunch at McMenamins
Seven members and friends enjoyed the Memorial Day weekend brunch on Saturday, May 26 at McMenamins on Queen Anne. The food was great and it was sure a pleasure to patronize McMenamins for their generosity each year in helping to support Dignity/Seattle's Annual Pride Breakfast. Now looking forward to our 30th Pride Breakfast on June 23rd at the Central Lutheran Church Hall from 9am to noon. See you there!
|Sorting Dry Goods for Food Lifeline
Tuesday evening, April 3rd, five members and friends of Dignity/Seattle sorted a wide variety of nonperishable food and household essentials for the needy across Western Washington. Our efforts combined with those from a couple additional organizations boxed and stacked on pallets over 12,000 pounds of dry goods. We hope you can join us for our next Food Lifeline volunteer evening on Tuesday, June 5th.