The FamilyWorks Resource Center is a warm and inviting place where families and individuals are welcomed and encouraged to participate in programs designed to support and enhance a nurturing and vibrant community.
The FamilyWorks Food Banks are dedicated to providing fresh, healthy food to people and families in our community who are experiencing hunger or are in danger of experiencing hunger. Our caring staff and volunteers greet every customer with kindness and respect.
With a combination of a food bank and a family resource center, FamilyWorks offers people in the neighborhood a unique opportunity to truly nourish and strengthen their bodies, minds and spirit in a positive, supportive environment.
Find out how you can join us as we work to make ours a more vibrant and resilient community for everyone.
On the Radar
We understand the importance of the donor experience and want yours to be as positive as possible. In addition to committing to acknowledge your gifts in a timely manner we also pledge the following:
Donor Bill of Rights
FamilyWorks is a welcoming, supportive haven for people and families in north central Seattle who are seeking a path to long-term resiliency and might not otherwise have access to healthy food or parenting- and life-skills resources.
WIC is healthy food and a lot more - see if you qualify! It includes monthly checks for healthy food, health screenings and referrals, nutrition education and breastfeeding support. Call (206) 694-6728 or stop in any Thursday
Current Volunteer Opportunities!
FamilyWorks will list its current and upcoming volunteer opportunities in this space. Please click here
if you want to be added to a distribution list to receive periodic announcements. Thank you for your interest in FamilyWorks!
Supermarket Saturday Food Drive: March 18th from 9-1.
Signups now open for April 15 food drive!
Volunteers needed to help with a big mailing March 28-30
Volunteers needed to help with follow-up phone calls for our fall fundraiser-- starting in late April.
Donate To FamilyWorks Today Through The Molly Moon's Anna Banana Milk Fund
I opened my first ice cream shop with the help of my little sister, Anna. Anna was generous, compassionate, and LOVED MILK. In 2009, she tragically passed away from a devastating motorcycle accident......