Help keep local restaurants alive - but if you need food there are Little Free Pantries

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Little Free Pantry at St Barnabas
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

If you have income, help keep your favorite restaurants alive by ordering take out a couple of times a week or buying gift cards (if they offer them) for when the restaurant reopens.

We are maintaining a list of local restaurants that are offering take out. Many are affiliated with one of the delivery services. 

Or just call and order ahead. You can pay ahead if you want to minimize your time inside. Some will bring the food to your car if you call when you get there. Or you can go inside to pay and maintain physical distance.

The list is in a banner on our front page or you can bookmark it:

Ridgecrest Little Free Pantry
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

If you need food, your neighbors are stocking Little Free Pantries. Take what you need. If you have means to give, put some non perishable goods in one of the pantries.

Note: This list is no longer being maintained. Please go to this article for the current list of Little Free Pantries.

Here's the current list: (not updated)
  • Ballinger: On the corner of NE 198th St and 14th Ave NE
  • Echo Lake (Northridge): 20008 6th Ave NE
  • Lake Forest Park: 25th Ave NE and NE 184th St
  • Meadowdale (Edmonds) 15724 53rd Pl W, Edmonds 98026
  • Meridian Park: 18312 Corliss Ave N
  • Mountlake Terrace: On 56th Ave W across from Calvary Fellowship Church
  • North City: 1674 NE 185th St
  • Richmond Beach: 1422 NW 195th St
  • Ridgecrest: 15815 11th Ave NE
  • St. Barnabas Anglican Church/Parkwood: 2340 N 155th St
  • The Triangle: 14544 Evanston Ave N

If you have updates to this list, please contact us:

Correction: the college food pantry has been closed and students are being referred to food banks.
Updated: 4-9-20 5pm


Tracy Tallman,  April 2, 2020 at 8:48 AM  

Please don't forget that you can call the Shoreline Hopelink Food Bank at 206.440.7300 to find out when you can pick up a box of food. I believe you need no financial documentation - all income is self-declared. A single person making up to about $36,000 would still qualify financially. They also still give out emergency food bags twice a week even if you don't live in Shoreline. They are next to Deseret and behind the Ronald Methodist Church. Also a good number to call if you need financial assistance with rent or other emergencies.

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