Hunger Solution Center (2015)

Seattle, WA

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NMTC Amount: $7,625,000

Est. Total Project Cost: $8,640,440

COMMUNITY IMPACT

A new food distribution center provides food for low-income individuals and classrooms for outreach programs

In 2014, Food Lifeline successfully completed the 130,000 sq-ft Hunger Solution Center which replaced the previously leased buildings in SODO and Shoreline that were operating at full capacity. The Hunger Solution Center completely transformed Food Lifeline by allowing the organization to grow its annual food distribution from 32 million meals (39 million pounds) to over 83 million meals per year by 2025 (100 million pounds) and implement programs, partnerships and community-mobilized solutions that will stop hunger in Western Washington. In addition, the new facility creates a gathering place designed to engage and inspire the entire community to learn more about the issue of hunger, take action and advocate for positive change.

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