Feeding El Pueblo
Feeding el Pueblo is a Community food drive to bring culturally relevant foods to the Highline Service Areas Latinx Community. This is defined by living in the following cities: Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, SeaTac, and White Center
As Highline based Community serving agencies, we collectively recognize the importance of food in our culture – especially, in the face of this pandemic. Our partnership is committed to ensuring our communities have access to culturally specific foods.
Fall delivery service is now closed. Registration is full. Curbside registration is FULL on the following dates: November 23, December 7, December 21 Curbside service is OPEN on the following dates: November 30, December 14, December 28
340 families served.
1,214 community members.
550 boxes of non perishable items + produce
Ways to Give
Funds will go to purchase additional food and supplies for our Highline site.
10% of our GoFundMe will go to Garinagu HounGua - a nonprofit formed by a group of Garifuna immigrants in Seattle in response to the desire to preserve the unique cultural and religious practices of the Garifuna people, and to combat the challenges that many low income immigrants must face living in the United States.
Donate on GoFundMe
Funds will go to purchase additional food and supplies for our food bank.
Donate via our Fiscal Sponsor
This is a tax write off option.
Write a check with the memo “Feeding el Pueblo” to
Colectiva Legal del Pueblo
13838 1st Ave S, Burien, WA 98168
Text: 760 239 7443
Volunteer Your Time
Volunteers will need to pass a WSP background check. Drivers will need to have a license and proof of insurance.
Learn About the Project
Schedule a 15 minute minute with the Project Lead to learn about how we are addressing food security in our community.