PNA Hotmeal Program

 

The PNA Hot Meal Program supports a healthy community by providing nutritious meals in a welcoming setting, three times each week. All are welcome!

 

Monday Dinner in Greenwood
Doors open at 4 pm, meal from 5-6 pm

 

 

Greenwood Senior Center
525 N 85th Street (on the #5, #48, & #355 bus lines)
Between Dayton Street and Fremont Avenue N

 

 

Tuesday Dinner on Phinney Ridge
Doors open at 4 pm, Meal from 5-6 pm

 

 

St. John United Lutheran Church
(Fellowship Hall entrance is in back)
5515 Phinney Ave N on the #5 bus line
Across from Woodland Park Zoo

 

 

Wednesday Lunch on Phinney Ridge
Doors open at 11 am, Meal from noon-1 pm

 
 

St. John United Lutheran Church
(Fellowship Hall entrance is in back)
5515 Phinney Ave N on the #5 bus line
Across from Woodland Park Zoo

   

Donations are always welcome. Cash contributions supplement our City of Seattle funding and we maintain a wish list of food and kitchen supplies. CLICK HERE to make a financial donation.

   

Volunteers are needed to help with preparation, cooking, serving and clean-up. Individuals interested in becoming regular volunteers are asked to submit a Volunteer Application to LeAnne. She will provide you with the information you need to get started. We regret that the Hot Meal Program cannot accommodate volunteer groups larger than 3 people. Court-related volunteers must volunteer at least 20 hours and allow at least 8 weeks before their court deadline.

Soup Kitchen

Soup Kitchen

Soup Kitchen Volunteers

   
   

PNA Parking Lot Hosts Produce for the People

Produce for the People, a joint project of Food Lifeline and Rotary's Operation First Harvest, is a program that supplies Seattle-area food banks with fresh, edible but unsalable produce rescued from local retailers and wholesalers. This fresh produce is distributed the same day to food banks via several redistribution sites, including one at the Phinney Neighborhood Center lower lot on Tuesday mornings.

 

For more information about Food Lifeline, check out their web site at http://www.foodlifeline.org. To find out about volunteer opportunities with Food Lifeline, contact Karen at 206.545.6600.