#SeattleStrong is a campaign to lift up our community of small businesses and the causes they hold dear, and highlight how their collective resilience makes Seattle strong! Each month, we’ll feature a different member whose strength through these adverse times inspires us. 

When you purchase a Seattle Strong product during the featured member’s month, a portion of the proceeds will directly support their chosen cause, along with the artist, printers, and other small businesses who helped create and manufacture the products.

We are excited to celebrate and support the people, projects, and small businesses who make Seattle Strong. Join us!

September 2020

We kicked off #SeattleStrong with Chef Ariel Bangs, whose Healthy Creations business has been part of Seattle Made since the beginning. When COVID-19 hit Seattle, Chef Ariel saw a gap in providing food to those in need, and since the end of March, she and her team have been making and distributing healthy plant-based food boxes to the community.

Each week they distribute 50-65 boxes throughout the Seattle area; boxes include fresh produce, pantry items, recipes, prepared foods, masks, hand sanitizer, and soil containers with vegetable starts. Her Plant-based Food Share Seattle program ensures that food insecurity does not equate to unhealthy meal options!

Follow the #SeattleStrong Campaign

Follow @SeattleGood and @_SeattleMade on IG and on FB here and here to stay up to date with #SeattleStrong!

Shop Seattle Strong

Purchase 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

Thank You to Our Support Hub Sponsors

If you are interested in learning more about supporting our work or the Support Hub project please contact: Erin Adams at gro.doogelttaes@nire, or 206.629.2346 x 1.