Because no one deserves to be hungry.
Haunted Forest of Maple Valley
Get $1 OFF admission with your non-perishable food donation. Friday & Saturday nights, October 3 - November 1, at Royal Arch Park. www.hauntedforestofmaplevalley.com
Covington and Maple Valley Libraries & Greater Maple Valley Community Center
Non-perishable food donations for our agency can always be dropped off at these convenient locations.
Lake Sawyer Christian Church
Mayors' Day of Concern for the Hungry
Mayors and Councils of both Covington and Maple Valley came out in support of our agency for Saturday, September 27, 2014, Mayors' Day of Concern for the Hungry. $1671 and 2937 pounds of food were collected at Covington & Maple Valley Fred Meyer, QFC and Safeway stores.
LDS Church, Maple Valley Ward, Diaper Drive
Maple Valley Latter-Day Saints youth collected and repackaged about 15 cases of diaper for our Baby Cupboard.
Maple Valley Street Rats Car Club
Many thanks for faithfully collecting non-perishable food and monetary donations for our food bank at Friday Night Cruise In gatherings from May thru September!
LDS Church, May Valley Ward, Food Drive
May Valley Latter-Day Saints congregations collected 925 pounds of non-perishable food and $590 at store fronts and neighborhoods on September 13.
School Supply Backpack Program
- Bank of America, Wilderness Village
- Covington Library
- Covington MultiCare
- Excel Real Estate
- Greater Maple Valley Community Center
- Key Bank, Four Corners
- MV Fire Station #80 & #81
- Maple Valley Fitness
- Maple Valley Library
- Thrive Community Fitness
- City Perk Coffee, Maple Valley
- Surfrider Coffee, Covington
- There Ya Go Espresso, Maple Valley
New Life Church of Renton & Maple Valley
New Life Church congregations donated 215 school supply filled backpacks to our program.
MOD Pizza Grand Opening
New neighbor, MOD Pizza, donated 100% of opening day pizza sales - $4368 - to our Food Bank!
VanFest Music Festival Food Drive
Over 250 pounds of food was donated by local music enthusiasts, August 16 at Royal Arch Park in Maple Valley.
Food Bank has a Grocery Style Shopping System
Children's Summer Food Program
In the months of July and August, households with school-age children receive an extra food bank visit to help offset the loss free/reduced price breakfasts and lunches offered at school.
School Supply Backpack Program
Each August, we distribute sturdy, new backpacks stuffed with new, grade-level appropriate school supplies for K-12 students. Just in time for a new year of learning! In 2014, 615 children received packs.
In both November and December, customers receive additional holiday food during one of their regular shopping visits. Thanks to generous community support, 680 Thanksgiving and 608 Christmas family meals were distributed in 2013.
Children's Christmas Gift Program
Each December, we create a festive Christmas gift center filled with new, donated gifts for children, birth to 12 years of age and gift cards for 13-15 year olds. Registered parents choose from a bounty of NEW stuffed animals, toys, clothing and more. In 2013 we were able to provide at least 3 gifts per child to grateful parents of 1046 local children.