North Helpline to get two new vans for grocery rescue

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Kelly Brown, Executive Director of the North Helpline, announced that the organization will be acquiring two new vans to serve their food bank.

We applied to the Boeing Employee Community Fund for a new van to replace one of our aging grocery rescue vehicles. 
A few days after they toured our facility, we received a call from one of their board members. Not only are they funding our application, but they are granting us double what we asked for so that we can purchase two vans!
The vans will be driven by volunteers to pick up groceries from their grocery rescue partners: Albertsons, Amazon Prime, Central Market, Fred Meyer, Metropolitan Market, Safeway, Target, PCC, Trader Joe's, and QFC.

They are very grateful to the Boeing Employee Community Fund.

North Helpline 12736 33rd Ave. NE Seattle 98125. 206-367-3477. 


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