New Partnership with Felicia’s Farm

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Food distributed in ICS food banks comes from several sources, and we’re excited to have added a new, local, nonprofit partner to that list. Felicia’s Farm donates 100% of their naturally grown vegetables and eggs to organizations serving people struggling with food insecurity, including people currently unsheltered, working families, single parents, Veterans, and older adults with limited incomes. Their motto is “growing and giving.”

Last week the Northwest Food Bank enthusiastically received our first donation of fresh and delicious vegetables that were quickly and gratefully distributed to our clients. The farm grows a wide range of vegetables that increase the variety of produce we’re able to distribute—the first delivery included colorful carrots, turnips, chard, cauliflower, broccoli, and more.


Food bank volunteer unloading organic produce


Felicia’s Farm invites everyone to come learn about sustainable and urban gardening while making a difference in our community. The organization provides volunteer opportunities for people who love to be outdoors. “It is wonderful to experience the beautiful outdoors and receive the grounding, natural health benefits of working the earth and giving to others,” according to the website. “Like-minded community members meet and enjoy connecting while making a difference in our community.”

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Produce from Felicia's Farm