Did you know that Teen Feed is independent of city, county, state and federal funding? We are nimble, filling the cracks of a system, listening nightly to the needs of young people and navigating deftly on their behalf towards their goals of health and stability. We are CONNECTORS. In every outreach backpack, YOU TRAVEL WITH US in 2020.
Hiring: The Teen Feed Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP) Peer Youth Intern works as an integral part of the Teen Feed community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. Email to email@example.com
Join us Sunday, November 24th for the THIRD year with our friends Tom Douglas and the staff of Cuoco Italian for a delicious feast of Stan’s house made spaghetti and meatballs, caesar salad, fresh garlic bread, seasonal sorbet for dessert and two (2) glasses of our house white or house red wine or selected non-alcoholic beverages. 100% of […]
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.
Raley (congrats!) is moving to Service Links for Youth Coordinator position! This means STOP boots on the ground need a new fearless leader to supervise and support peer interns, collect metrics for trend analysis, and lead the charge for health and housing referrals and homelessness prevention. Street-wise and alternative? You might be the right fit.
During the holidays the world comes together to celebrate generosity. A few dollars provides basic needs and a hot meal, and so much more!
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…
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.