Windermere Shoreline volunteers spend the day working at Food Lifeline

Monday, June 20, 2011

Windermere Shoreline real estate brokers
By Jessica Lake, Windermere Shoreline

On Friday, June 17, 2011 Windermere Real Estate Shoreline brokers spent the morning at Food Lifeline in Shoreline volunteering in the food distribution warehouse. 

Food Lifeline is a growing, and much needed, resource for many people in our community and throughout western Washington.

Frozen peas
Whether it’s a donation of time or money, Food Lifeline makes every bit count. 96 cents of every dollar goes directly to feeding hungry people. 

Broker Jack Malek
The Food Lifeline staff made the most of our volunteer time as well. 

With great direction and instruction, we were able to repackage 9,660 pounds of frozen peas in a little less than 3 hours, resulting in 7,431 meals!

Repackaged peas
Food Lifeline provides food to over 686,000 people through a network of nearly 300 emergency feeding programs including food banks, hot meal programs and shelters. 

Windermere Shoreline at Food Lifeline 
We were reminded today that people from all walks of life may look to a food bank for help. 

Thank you, Food Lifeline, for giving Windermere Shoreline the opportunity to give back to the community.


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