Virtual Instruments of Change a Success!
We are so grateful to the guests, donors, volunteers, supporters, and sponsors who made Saturday night’s first ever Virtual Instruments of Change such an incredible success!
In the midst of so much uncertainty, it warmed our heart to see so many of you join us to help strengthen our community. Together, you raised over $95,000 to stop hunger and homelessness before it starts!
Despite the fact that we could not meet in person, you all really showed up for us and our neighbors. Your support for our neighbors and dedication to uplifting our community continues to inspire us. Thank you for showing the power of neighbors helping neighbors!
If you missed the event but would still like to support your neighbors, click on the Donate button above.
With gratitude for your support of our mission and neighbors.
If you purchased an auction item, certificates will be mailed to you and we will contact you for item arrangements.
TAKING CARE OF OUR COMMUNITY
It is our priority to keep our community healthy while continuing to ensure all our neighbors have access to food, emergency financial assistance, diapers, and other basic needs.
Here’s how you can help:
You can help your neighbors right now by making a monetary gift, which allows us the flexibility of using funds for specific needs that
arise from this uncertain situation. We also have the option for you to become a Circle of Neighbor monthly donor and provide sustaining support for your neighbors today and into the future.
Thank you for your willingness to support your West Seattle community, especially in times of uncertainty. We are grateful to have such caring and dedicated neighbors.
As of March 1st, the West Seattle Food Bank and
West Seattle Helpline’s merge into one stronger organization was completed. We are excited to combine forces and, with neighbors like you, improve and expand our services in this community. Joined together as one organization, our comprehensive services include:
All the needed programs that both agencies provided in the past will continue as we move to serve this community in a more efficient and effective manner. Together we can prevent hunger and homelessness in West Seattle through the power of neighbors helping neighbors.