Updated: 7/21/21

Know of a community resource we’re missing? Shoot us a line at gro.doogelttaes@ofni!

Ways To DONATE

Musician Emergency and Relief Funds – A pinterest board sharing the variety of musician and relief funds available

Seattle Artist Relief Fund – Fund to support musicians, DJ’s, independent chefs, caterers, actors, directors, writers, spoken word artists, and teaching artists.

indi chocolate is raising funds so that to make giveaway meals for those in need – donate!

Plant-Based Food Share is an organization that focuses on giving families and individuals the healthy food—specifically plant-based foods—they need during these times of uncertainty. Donate here or Venmo chefariella (foodshareseattle)!

Seattle Community Fridge is a mutual aid group that provides free food for the community, currently at 8 volunteer-hosted locations in Seattle.

Food Lifeline – Provides 134,000 meals daily to Western Washingtonians facing hunger

Seattle Area Food Resources Map – Locations of Food Banks, Meals, and Student To-Go Meals in Seattle Area

We Got This Seattle – Provide meals to front line workers from donated, discounted, or paid-for meals from local restaurants. (also under Health Care Workers

COVID-19 Response Fund hosted by the Seattle Foundation – Deploying resources to community-based organizations that are supporting local workers and families most affected by the coronavirus crisis.

King County Regional Donations Connector – Donate to nonprofits, organizations, COVID-19 response fund, and more!

Social Justice Fund NW – A foundation working at the frontlines of social change. They leverage the resources of their members to foster significant, long-term social justice solutions in our region. 

Chief Seattle Club – Meal delivery for quarantined Native elders and relatives: Do you know a Native elder or relative with chronic health conditions who ate their meals at Chief Seattle Club but can’t any longer because they are quarantined? Are you a Native elder who is quarantined and could benefit from receiving groceries delivered to you? Please reach out with Facebook messenger; or contact program manager Colleen Chalmers, gro.bulcelttaesfeihc@sremlahc.neelloc, call or text message (206) 681-6767.

Good Farmer Fund – The Good Farmer Fund assists farms in crisis. Funds help mitigate financial fallout from situations such as crop loss from extreme weather, equipment or infrastructure damage or loss from fire, flood, or heavy snow, or predator-related livestock loss.

Off Their Plate – Supports healthcare, restaurant, and community center partners in 9 cities across the US including Seattle. 

Support Seattle hospital staff! – A GoFundMe hosted by La Palmera, a local restaurant.

Providence 100 Million Mask Project  – Seattle Good Business Network’s NW Sewn apprenticeship project partner, KAAS Tailored, is supporting the Providence 100 Million Masks Project, producing and providing poor and vulnerable persons personal protective equipment. 

Refugee Artisan InitiativeRAI has teamed up with medical professionals and clinics to design and produce, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as masks, gowns and other protective gear to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection. Refugee Artisan Initiative’s mission is to transform the lives of refugee and immigrant women by providing sustainable work.

Crafters Against COVID-19 Seattle Seattle artists, crafters, and sewers are producing Seattle-area hospitals, nursing homes, and homeless response workers masks for themselves and patients.

CID Restaurant and Small Business Relief Fund – A fund for businesses located in the Chinatown International District. The fund was seeded by a generous $100,000 donation from Vulcan. 

Big Table – A 501c3 nonprofit organization supporting hospitality workers through financial and emotional support. 

CID Restaurant and Small Business Relief Fund – A fund for businesses located in the Chinatown International District. 

Consider donating to your local small business through Yelp. Look for the “Donate” button on their web and in-app pages for a quick-and-easy way to support your favorite spots! 

COMMUNITYSUPPORT

COMMUNITY SUPPORT GROUPS

 

Full Service Worker’s Alliance The FSWA is determined to bring workers and employers together with Legislators to stand up and protect the Full Service Restaurant culture. 

Music Needs a Stage – Take action and contact King County Representatives to let them know funding should continue for music venues despite current closures.

Seattle Restaurant Support FB group – Suggestions, lists, and conversations about how to support local restaurants. 

Support Seattle’s Local Businesses FB group – Ideas and solutions for to support our local businesses. 

100 Million Mask Project FB Group – Mobilizing to support our first responders. 

Crafters Against COVID-19 FB Group  – Seattle artists, crafters and sewers sharing resources to create PPE.

COMMUNITY FOOD

A resource guide from Northwest Harvest for those who are new to visiting a Food Pantry that will help you figure out what to expect. It is available in PDF in 16 languages, as well as in video format in the following languages:
Arabic
Dari
English
French
Swahili

Food Lifeline
Food Lifeline Hunger Solution Center: 815 S 96th St, Seattle, WA 98108
Fridays, 2-5pm

Musang Community Kitchen
2524 Beacon Ave S. Seattle, WA 98144
Monday & Tuesday, 12-4pm
Please reach out via phone for orders and pick up.
Phone: (206) 708-6871

Feed the People Seattle
Coyote Central: 2300 E Cherry St, Seattle WA 98122
Protein Thursday: 12-5pm & Vegan Friday: 12-5pm
For orders of 10+, donations, or volunteer opportunities, email: moc.liamg@aeselpoepehtdeef

That Brown Girl Cooks Community Kitchen
2822 Martin Luther King Way S. Seattle, WA 98144
Thursday & Saturday, 2-6pm

Plant-Based Food Share
Pacific Coast Harvest: 676 S Orcas St, Seattle, WA 98108
Sundays & Mondays
Sign-up forms for Seattle posted the Wednesday before at 6:30pm.

Rainier Beach Farm Stand
Rainier Beach Action Coalition, 9059 MLK Jr. Way S Seattle, 98118
Saturdays, 10am-2pm
Free produce from local and POC farms run by the RBAC Food Justice Fellows.

Farm Stand at Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands
Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands, 5513 S Cloverdale St, 98118
Thursdays, 2-7pm
Pay-what-you-can weekly farm stand offering fresh vegetables, herbs, fruit, flowers, eggs and honey, all grown either on-site or sourced from other small, local farms in Washington

Feed The Beach by Washington Building Leaders of Change (WA-BLOC)
Rainier Beach Community Center Plaza, 8825 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
Fridays 12-3pm
Free to-go meals prepared by local restaurants for students and families in the Rainier Beach community during the summer.

El Mercadito
1249 S Cloverdale St Seattle, WA 98108 (behind Resistencia Coffee)
Thursdays, 10:30am-12pm
Serves free produce to South Park residents

South Park Food Sharing System
Five locations in the South Park neighborhood
Provides free produce, shelf stable products, ready-to-eat meals, hygiene products and more

Community Dinner for delivery or pick up
South Park Community Center, 8319 8th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 3-4:30pm

For All Really Free Market
Yesler Community Center: 917 E. Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98122
Saturdays, 8-9am
Over 1500 pounds of grocery store surplus recovered and redistributed to the community, for FREE, every week.

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Be sure to tag #SupportSeattleSmallBiz #WeGotThisSeattle @SeattleGood 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Check out United Way of King County for a comprehensive list of volunteer opportunities.

Seattle Good Business Network can always use volunteer help from research to marketing and consulting. Contact gro.doogelttaes@aerdna if you can help out!

Visit our dedicated PPE page to find out how to buy, sell, manufacture, and learn more about PPE resources!

Seattle Good Business Network members from Northwest Sewn and Seattle Made programs have been manufacturing, donating, buying, selling, and providing materials for the production of PPE/face masks. Find out how you can get involved and/or support these local businesses and their initiatives.

Support Seattle’s Makers

Purchase a bottle of our Seattle Made wine or grab a Seattle Strong postcard, hoodie, tote bag, or t-shirt. Your purchase helps to support our diverse community of makers, strengthens the local economy, and helps keep Seattle Strong!

Help Support Our Mission

By supporting Seattle Good Business Network, you help support our work to build a vibrant, sustainable, and inclusive local economy, and to help our local businesses when they need it the most. Learn about all the work we do here.