Seattle’s Top Food Trucks rally to fight Global Hunger

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

2012 Mobile Food Fight at World Concern in Shoreline
Photo by FourFront

Foodies: round up your friends and chow down on gourmet eats from your favorite food trucks, all in one location. Ten of Seattle’s top trucks will rally at World Concern’s headquarters in Shoreline on Sunday, September 15 from noon to 4pm. 19303 Fremont Ave N, Shoreline 98133.

You’ll feel even better about what you spend on goodies, like gourmet sweet and savory crepes from Crisp Creperie, knowing you are helping fight global hunger with your purchase. A portion of the proceeds from the 2nd Annual Mobile Food Fight for Hunger will support World Concern’s sustainable agricultural programs, creating lasting solutions to global hunger in places like Chad, South Sudan and Somalia.

Sample some of the best street food in the Northwest, including nationally-recognized food trucks and returning participants Skillet, Where Ya at Matt, and Off the Rez. Local favorites and first-time attendees Crisp Creperie and Contigo are also ready to cook for a good cause.

Want to avoid lines at your favorite trucks? Purchase one of our VIP passes online for $5 to get in an hour early from 11am to 12pm and enjoy these renowned food trucks without the crowds. This is the best way for hard-core foodies to savor a taste from every truck, minus the long lines!

World Concern headquarters, 19303 Fremont Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133.

For more information, visit the webpage or call 206-546-7374.

World Concern is a Christian global relief and development organization. With our supporters, our faith compels us to extend life-saving help and opportunity to people facing the most profound human challenges of extreme poverty.


Anonymous,  August 16, 2013 at 6:32 PM  

why are you feeding other countries? we have children here in our community who goes to school hungry and could not afford school lunches.

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