After School Meals
HIP’s afterschool meal program partners with existing afterschool programming to offer a healthy snack to kids.
Healthy HIP Pack Meals
The Healthy HIP Packs Program, a weekend food backpack program, provides an important food resource for the children in these families when school meals are not available.
For many families with kids and teens, who rely on free and reduced lunches during the school year, the summer presents a major problem as they are left without access to this resource for three months. This is where HIP and other summer meal providers step in.
HIP’s Senior Community Meal is offered in partnership with Sound Generations and the Lake City Community Center. Launched in November 2013, the meal provides a weekly low-cost, nutritious and delicious meal for seniors 60 and over.
Classes & Workshops
HIP offers a variety of nutrition education classes that provide hands-on skills and information to help children, families, and senior citizens make long-term healthy food choices on a budget.
HIP’s learner-driven and customized cooking classes empower teens, families, and senior citizens with cooking skills and tips to shop for and prepare nutritious meals on a limited budget.
Food Justice Workshops
HIP partners with local schools and other community-based organizations to bring our programs, classes, and workshops to members of our community. If you are interested in participating in a program listed above, please contact us for more details.
Our programs and classes couldn’t happen without the help of our volunteers! If you are interested in helping to bring more food security to Northern King County, please visit our volunteer page to learn more and complete a volunteer interest form.
What our program participants are saying…
“I can eat healthy and food can taste better.”
“I loved this class I wish it was longer.”
“The friends we met and all the help from staff [was wonderful] …thanks for all your help in showing us to eat healthy.”
“The quality of food is outrageously good! Except for dietary limitations, I would eat everything always!”