Thank you for joining us in our efforts to begin Mobile Food Van service for the most rural areas of Kittitas County where many senior, disabled, and low-income residents struggle to gain access to food banks and other crucial services. We officially launched the service in March of 2014. Learn more about why Kittitas County needs this vital service and what you can do to help us ensure that everyone in our county has the ability to put food on the table.
Click here for photos from our Farm to Table Fundraiser dinner on October 19th.
The Community Food Assessment evaluates how a community is doing in regard to food security. “At least 15% of Washington’s residents are food insecure; that is, they do not have consistent access to healthy foods.” Read the full report here.
Food Stamp usage rising as families struggle to put food on the table. Use this interactive map to learn more about food insecurity.
The Mobile Food Van seeks to improve access to the HopeSource Food Bank services in Upper Kittitas County. This project targets the homebound, elderly and disabled individuals who lack access to transportation.
The Mobile Food Program provides fixed site delivery of some food items in Ronald and Roslyn on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. Call for more information.
Door-to-Door delivery is available for qualified individuals by reservation on Wednesdays.
Door-to-Door qualified individuals must be:
Elderly (65 or older)
Lack access to transportation