“Everyone Eats Today” is the motto for our Georgetown Food Bank. We annually serve 64,000 people with food at the Georgetown Food Bank. People coming to the Food Bank can expect to receive quality produce, meats, dairy products, frozen foods, and of course non-perishable items. We also have a special FACES program (Food, Assistance, Compassion & Emergency Services) that serves our homeless neighbors every Friday.
Our Address & Hours
5972 Fourth Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
Monday 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. — HOMELESS ONLY Our FACES program– Food, Assistance, Compassion & Emergency Services.
We Welcome Guests to Our Food Bank
We treat everyone who comes through our doors as “guests,” because they are. And we serve everyone without regard to faith, religion, age, sex, national origin, creed, or color. We strive to serve everyone.
What to Donate to the Food Bank
The St. Vincent de Paul Georgetown Food Bank always needs donations of several items. We thank you in advance for helping us. We need:
Non-Perishable Food – Especially high protein items which do not require cooking:
- Canned meats and fish (tuna, chicken, salmon, spam)
- Canned vegetables
- Canned fruit
- Peanut Butter
- Bulk trail-mix
Clothing – In addition to distribution of food to needy neighbors, we also provide guests who visit the food bank with access to clothing, shoes, books and health assistance.
- Men’s clothing, socks, and shoes
- Children’s clothing, socks, and shoes
Travel-sized or Bulk-sized Hygiene Items:
- Laundry soap
- Dish soap
- Bar soap
Food Bank Donors Making a Difference
We have a number of very special donors to our Food Bank. Their heartfelt generosity in giving to the poor is unique and very much appreciated by St. Vincent de Paul in Seattle and King County. Thank You!
Blessed Sacrament Sunday Dinner
Every Sunday, Seattle’s best full course hot meal is prepared and served to our “guests” at Blessed Sacrament Church at 5041 Ninth Avenue Northeast in the University District. The Sunday Dinner, operated by the St. Vincent de Paul Blessed Sacrament Conference, has been feeding the hungry for 40 years. During that time an estimated 900,000 meals have fed needy people who are homeless, unemployed or people living on low incomes. Fresh and non-perishable food donations are always welcomed.