Other Ways to Help

The West Seattle Food Bank can only do its work because of the dedicated support we receive from the West Seattle community – from businesses, individuals, churches, schools, community organizations and our community service partners. There are easy ways to help our neighbors that are struggling.

West Seattle Thriftway Receipts

This is a great, simple way to contribute to the food bank! The generous folks at West Seattle Thriftway will donate 1% of your grocery receipt. Mail or drop off your receipts at the food bank within 6 months of purchase, and we’ll do the rest!


smile.amazon.com – You SHOP and Amazon GIVES! Go to www.smile.amazon.com and register West Seattle Food Bank as your charity of choice and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the WSFB. AmazonSmile is the same as Amazon, same products, same prices and same service.

Amazon Wish Lists – You can order food or baby supplies from one of the West Seattle Food Bank’s wish list’s on Amazon.com and have it shipped directly to us.  Order specifically to help our Shopping Model Distribution, Backpack Program, Baby & Child Corner or Pet Pantry.  Click here

Join our Circle of Neighbors

The Circle of Neighbors is a special group made up of dedicated supporters who give monthly to the West Seattle Food Bank. Their steadfast support ensures that we have critical resources year-round to provide nutritious food and emergency services for our neighbors when they need us most.

Join the Circle of Neighbors today by setting up a recurring donation!

Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program

Help the WSFB earn donations just by shopping with your Fred Meyer Rewards Card!
Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to the West Seattle Food Bank at fredmeyer.com/communityrewards.
Just search for West Seattle Food Bank, 
then, every time you shop you are helping your neighbors in need. You will still earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points and Rebates. If you don’t have a Fred Meyer Rewards Card, they are available at Customer Service.

Planned Giving

By including the West Seattle Food Bank in your estate planning, you are investing in the continued health and well-being of our community.

Beneficiary Designation Want to make a meaningful gift supporting the Food Bank’s mission even after your lifetime? You can designate the West Seattle Food Bank as a beneficiary of a part or all of your retirement plan assets or insurance policies by completing a form from your account provider.   This is separate from your will or trust. Not only is it an easy way to give, but it is also flexible — you can review and adjust your beneficiary designations at any time.  As a nonprofit organization, we are tax-exempt and we will receive the full amount of what you designate to us from your plan.
Bequest Gifts   Give a specific item of property (e.g. cash, stock, real estate) to the Food Bank by adding us to a will or trust document.
Gifts of Stock Donating stock and mutual fund shares are wonderful ways to support the Food Bank. Making a gift of securities is simple and offers a number of valuable financial benefits.  Please contact our Executive Director, Fran Yeatts fran@westseattlefoodbank.org or call 206.932.9023 and she will give you further information.  Tax ID #91-1464412.

Workplace Giving

Payroll deductions are one of the easiest ways to support the Food Bank. Simply ask your human resources department to automatically deduct your donation from your paycheck. Gifts can be either one-time or recurring as a Circle of Neighbor member.

Employer Gift Matching Program

Many companies will double or triple charitable donations.  Some companies even match donations made by spouses or retirees. 

Check with your employer to see if they have a Matching Gift Program.  If they do, any time you donate or volunteer, notify your employer   (either by you filling out a form or by sending a form to us to fill out) and they will match your gift.