It’s Our Birthday! Donate $30 for 30 Years of Service to Youth

This month, Teen Feed celebrates 30 years of providing basic needs and the help youth need to meet their future of the streets. Give for Youth. Travel with us.

You, and all those who contribute to Teen Feed, are the reason that Teen Feed has been able to provide basic needs and help youth meet their future off the streets for the past 30 years.
Celebrate with us and serve through your generous donation of $30.

Winter is Coming! Host a Sock & Basic Needs Drive at Your Office or Work

Teen Feed works to offer basic needs items and daily essential to help homeless youth care for themselves. Teen Feed distributes basic needs items to youth at the nightly meal program, during street outreach, and in our office as youth access support coordination.

Start a Drive in your office or community. Teen Feed offers basic need items and daily essentials to encourage homeless youth care for themselves. A great way to partner with youth moving toward their futures off the streets is with items assisting them to stay healthy, warm and dry.

Teen Feed Seeking Passionate Volunteers to Support Youth

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Want to make a difference? Then Teen Feed is looking for you. You’re a skilled office talent (administrative or technology), a social media guru, a grant prospector or successful people manager. You care about youth. You’re a Volunteer Lead with housing-insecure young people. You’re a Meal Team Organizer, an Advocate (over 18) or Ally (under 18) once a week or once a month. We want you.

Shop at Whole Foods & Support Homeless Youth!

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At Whole Foods Roosevelt, your reusable grocery bag will help to provide healthy meals for youth in need!

Every time you use reusable grocery bags at Whole Foods Roosevelt from July 6th – September 27th, Whole Foods will make a donation to Teen Feed’s Meal Program! Click here for more info…

Count Us In 2016: Navigating the Seattle Homeless Crisis

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King County’s Committee to End Homelessness released its report on the Annual Count Us In event, a point-in-time count of homeless and unstably housed young people in King County.

Find the results, read the entire report, and learn about Teen Feed’s event participation here.

Your Impact: Why Giving to Teen Feed Matters

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Teen Feed is meeting the needs of more youth, and doing so more effectively, than ever before.

Enjoy our 2014 Impact Report to see the support you have helped make possible for youth in need this year…

Youth Wishes for the New Year!

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The start of the new year brings news beginnings and a chance for a fresh start! Teen Feed’s Support Coordinators took time to connect with youth to ask them what their wish is for the coming year. It is our privilege to share a selection of youth wishes for 2015…

Message from Tabitha Jensen: Make the Season *Bright* for Youth in Need

FROM THE DESK OF: Tabitha Jensen, Teen Feed Executive Director Dear Friends, The Teen Feed team has been maintaining a safety net for more homeless, street-involved and food insecure youth in Seattle and King County than ever before, welcoming over 800 unduplicated youth through our doors and serving over 20,000 meals to date this year. […]

Sock & Basic Needs Item Drives for Youth!

Teen Feed works to offer basic needs items and daily essential to help homeless youth care for themselves. Teen Feed distributes basic needs items to youth at the nightly meal program, during street outreach, and in our office as youth access support coordination.

Teen Feed works to offer basic needs items and daily essential to help homeless youth care for themselves. Teen Feed distributes basic needs items to youth at the nightly meal program, during street outreach, and in our office as youth access support coordination.

Socks in Short Supply This Winter

On at least three days a week, Teen Feed’s Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP) hits the U-District streets with food and socks to give away as they meet homeless young people in the streets and alleys where they spend time.  We see it as an opportunity to connect with the most at-risk youth, who, as a result […]