April 15, 2022

A Letter to Our Community,

The last couple of years have brought immense challenges and opportunities to FareStart, our community and the world around us. As we turn yet another corner in the pandemic, there remains extensive collective work to do to recover, rebuild and

March 17, 2022

2021 was another challenging year, but we have so much to be grateful for and celebrate. We dreamed big and, with the support of the community, accomplished many of our goals despite the prolonged challenges of the pandemic

February 9, 2022

For over 20 years, FareStart has helped organizations across the country increase economic mobility for individuals furthest from opportunity and most affected by poverty, homelessness and food insecurity. We have provided training, resources,

February 7, 2022

Since 2019, we have been supporting farm partners and reducing food waste through FareStart’s volunteer gleaning and harvesting efforts. We began working with new farm partners and purchasing produce from BIPOC-owned farms in 2021. The practice of gleaning helps farmers manage excess crops, control weeds, pests and maintain nutrients in the soil

February 4, 2022

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis in 2020 – with your generous support and support from Washington State – FareStart has provided 3.9 million meals to our most vulnerable neighbors.

We have partnered with organizations throughout our community to serve meals to youth, adults and families who are low income or

October 6, 2021

In 2018, FareStart began the journey to deepen our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) with the intention of being an organization that makes decisions that will create an equitable and just world. Our journey continues and the role of data to support

October 5, 2021

FareStart’s mission and vision remain constant. How we do some of our work to promote personal stability and economic mobility for those we serve is changing.

COVID-19 has changed everyone’s lives. The effects of it and its variants are far reaching and will continue to pose challenges.

September 1, 2021

FareStart believes that every individual deserves the opportunity to thrive in an equitable and just world. We remain committed to anti-racism and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). FareStart is taking steps in all areas of the organization to ensure our culture reflects these values and that we are

August 4, 2021

According to the Seattle Times, "... Food bank staff and public health officials predict it will take households several years to recover from food insecurity made worse by the economic instability of the pandemic. As federally funded programs for economic recovery draw to a close, experts