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glassybaby giving tuesday

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this giving tuesday, we want to celebrate the fact that you, the glassybaby community, has helped to provide over one million meals for hungry people during the month of november.

a million meals sounds like a lot, but there’s still a lot more hunger out there. please consider a donation to any of our partner food banks and food-system organizations by following the links below.

Seattle Area:

—Rainier Valley Food Bank: “Our mission is simple: To provide healthy food for our hungry neighbors. Our vision is a hunger free Rainier Valley.”
Donate to the Rainier Valley Food Bank

—Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank’s mission is to provide basic needs to Issaquah-area community members to promote self-sufficiency.
Donate to the IFCB

—Northwest Harvest leads the fight for hungry people statewide to have access to nutritious food while respecting their dignity and promoting good health.
Donate to Northwest Harvest

Bay Area:

—San Francisco-Marin Food Bank: Healthy food transforms lives. 1 in 4 residents in san francisco and marin need food assistance. we’re mobilizing our community to help and empower neighbors in need.
Donate to SFM Food Bank

—CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through the operation of farmers markets and educational programs.
Donate to Cuesa

—Alameda Food Bank’s mission is to provide nutritious food to the low-income residents of the City of Alameda on a non-discriminating basis. The Alameda Food Bank is a private, non-affiliated, non-profit, tax-exempt agency. The Food Bank is overseen by a board of directors composed of community volunteers. Its day to day operation is run by two paid staff members and over 150 volunteers.
Donate to Alameda Food Bank

Oregon:

—Oregon Food Bank’s mission is to eliminate hunger and its root causes… because no one should be hungry.
Donate to the OFB