Food Lifeline

Food Lifeline Impact

Food Lifeline rescues surplus food from farmers, manufacturers, grocery stores, and restaurants. They deliver this food to 275 food banks, shelters and meal programs across Western Washington.

Because of your support, they provide 90,000 meals every day, a sustainable solution for ending hunger.

Founded in 1979, a staff of more than 80 dedicated team members, from truck drivers to food industry specialists, who all bring a passion for stopping hunger to their work.

Food Lifeline is a proud member of the Feeding America network. This relationship allows us to bring hunger-stopping best practices, relationships with national food brands and food surpluses from sister agencies back to Western Washington.

To point out the impact of your donations, their 2017 report shows the impact they have in our community.[pdf-embedder url=”” title=”2017 Impact Report”]

Food Lifeline Donation

Lindsay Carlisle and Leeann Huntington with our $2,735.00 2017 Food Lifeline Donation from online registrations.

The total donation raised by the Western Washington All British Field Meet entrants was around $4,400 and 26 pounds of food. These donations provided over 17,600 Meals to our hungry neighbors across Western Washington.

The top three finishers in the Club Competition, listing the amount and food donated, and the equivalent number of meals provided, are:

  1. SAMOA                                   $1,895                       7,590 Meals
  2. Tyee Triumph Club               $760 and 3 lbs.       3,043 Meals
  3. Cascade Austin Healy Club $505 and 11 lbs.      2,031 Meals
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