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with Food Lifeline we are able to focus
on the client side of care and less on food
procurement. We are able to meet the
needs of more people and also are able to Thank you to the 200 food banks and
prevent food waste from happening.” 101 meal programs that distributed the food that
CAILA NICKERSON
made a difference to hundreds of thousands of
Chicken Soup Brigade children, teens, adults, and seniors last year.
Senior Manager, Lifelong
FOOD LIFELINE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Everyone deserves nutritious food on their table Bruce Christiansen, CH AIR


Vice President, Supply Chain
Save Mart

WHAT A DIFFERENCE SUPPORTERS LIKE YOU MADE LAST YEAR Chris Blanton, CH AIR
President
EL ECT

Bridgespan Health
Stuart Holmes, T R EAS UR ER
President
Charlie’s Produce
Roy Breiman
Director of Food and Beverage
Columbia Hospitality
We launched Shop the Dock
Suzanne Daly
at the Hunger Solution Center Vice President, Payer Contracting
to make a larger volume Multicare
of highly perishable foods
Tom Douglas
available for our agencies to
Owner, Chef
pick up five days per week. Tom Douglas Restaurants
Roger Garratt
Director, Financial Planning & Strategic Initiatives
Puget Sound Energy
Josh Hedrick
Principal
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Parker, Smith & Feek

Making nutritious food Sorority and its local Delta


Upsilon Omega Chapter were
Peter Johnson
Partner

more accessible honored as our Volunteers of


the Year at October’s Dress
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene
was among several national
Davis Wright Tremaine
Mark Kammerer
“I’m on Social Security, Down Hunger event. and local lawmakers who President
Improving access to nutritious food is essential. Thanks to The Kammerer Group
and I get $915 per month. your help and the partnership of our agencies, we increased
participated as hunger-fighting
champions at our August Lincon Kemp
Forty percent of that goes to the amount of produce we distributed by 18 percent. And by Hacking Hunger Summit. Director

housing, then I have utilities, bringing deliveries of nutritious food directly to senior housing
CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Adam LeMieux
and I pay for my diabetes facilities, an elementary school in a low-income neighborhood, District Director

Advocating and building


medicine. There’s not much and rural community centers, your investment in our mobile Representative Rick Larsen
food programs is making access to healthy food possible in Suzy Monford
For seniors like Sherry, left after that, so this is
the movement to end
areas where it’s in limited supply. President
62, the fresh produce wonderful.” QFC
and other nutritious • One-third of the food we provided last year was Afsaneh Rahimian, Ph.D
food she receives through
Food Lifeline’s monthly fruits and vegetables. hunger together Community Volunteer
Lindsey Schwartz
Mobile Food Program at the
Renton Housing Authority are
• We provide, on average, 40% of all the food that area Like us, you believe the future of solving hunger means President & CEO
Schwartz Brothers Restaurants
essential to a healthy diet. partner food banks distribute to people in need. working collectively as a community and upholding the
Lyle Snyder
belief that hunger doesn’t have to happen. Feeding hungry
Working with partners
Managing Director

Getting more food to people today doesn’t alone solve hunger for tomorrow.
Community safety net programs like SNAP and WIC are
Snyder Holdings
Lara Underhill

people who are hungry to improve health and critical for people struggling to put food on the table. VP, Internal and Executive Communications
Wells Fargo

You helped us prevent hunger in the community last household stability For every 1 meal we provide, SNAP provides 12. That’s
why we work closely with legislators to advocate for the
Mike Wittman, PAST
Retired
CH AIR

year by providing enough food and funds to create preservation and funding of these essential programs. Northwest Farm & Credit Bureau
Collaboration can produce better outcomes. With your
the equivalent of 116,000 meals every day. Last year Hunger is also caused by injustice and inequity, and we are
support, we’re working together with partner organizations
we increased the amount of food we distributed by working together with other organizations to challenge
to solve hunger in new, innovative ways. One strategy is to FOOD LIFELINE
nearly 10 percent. and change these systems and practices.
bundle services with another provider in one location. For STAFF LEADERSHIP
• You helped us provide the equivalent of example our partnership with Sea Mar Community Health • More than 100 legislators, community
42 million meals to people who are food insecure Centers is improving health outcomes for low-income patients partners, and advocates attended Linda Nageotte
President & CEO
in Western Washington. with Type 2 diabetes who receive fresh produce from Food our 2018 Hacking Hunger Summit to “Everyone deserves Henry Altschuler
• 1 in 3 people we fed last year was a child or teen.
Lifeline on-site at the neighborhood clinic where they receive examine opportunities to solve hunger access to healthy food. Chief Financial Officer
their healthcare, likely also reducing their food insecurity. in our state.
Families shouldn’t have to Megan Bergman
• Seniors are the fastest-growing population Chief Human Resources Officer
of those we serve.
• Our 300 partner organizations and programs work to • Our participation in the Vote to make choices between feeding Amy Lee Derenthal
address the symptoms of poverty on behalf of hundreds End Hunger Campaign engaged their family and paying for other Chief Development Officer
• Thanks to help from our food industry partners, we of thousands of vulnerable and low-income children, thousands of people in making
life necessities. Food Lifeline Tiffani Kaech
sourced and distributed 51 million pounds of food. adults, and seniors. hunger an election issue. Chief Programs Officer
helps fill that gap.” Sam Mayberry
Chief Operations Officer
LARA UNDERHILL
Food Lifeline board member
Financial Summary

96%
FISCAL YEAR 2018

$ four meals.
Every dollar you donated helped Thanks to the combined impact
us provide the equivalent of of donated food and funds, 96%
of Food Lifeline’s expenses directly
support programs that feed people.

REVENUES, EXPENSES, & FOOD 12%


6%
Other revenues and
Program in-kind donations (non-food)
revenues 32%
REVENUES Individuals
(includes events)
Individuals (includes events) $ 4,409,906
Corporations & foundations
(includes United Way) $ 4,962,522 REVENUES
Contracts & reimbursements $ 2,100,259
Program revenues $ 1,685,397
Other revenues $ 844,460 15% 35%
Contracts & Corporations & foundations
In-kind donations (non-food) $ 32,994 reimbursements (includes United Way)

Revenues before donated food $ 14,035,538

1.9% 2.1% 96%


EXPENSES Management Fundraising Program expenses
& general (includes food
Program services $ 10,186,910 distributions)
Management & general $ 1,849,758
Fundraising $ 2,128,255
Expenses before food distribution $ 14,164,923
EXPENSES

FOOD
Food donations (estimated value) $ 84,475,567
Food distributions (estimated value) $ 85,735,682

BALANCE SHEET CONTACT US:

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815 S. 96th St. fb.com/foodlifeline
Total assets $ 46,644,527
Seattle, WA 98108
@foodlifeline
Liabilities $ 23,057,907 foodlifeline.org PRIN TING S PON SORED BY:

Net assets: 206-545-6600 @foodlifeline


Unrestricted $ 23,336,671 1-877-404-7543
info@foodlifeline.org @foodlifeline
With restrictions $ 249,949
Total liabilities and net assets $ 46,644,527
Food Lifeline is a 501(c)3 charitable nonprofit
Food Lifeline’s summarized financial information is for the organization registered with the Washington
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fiscal year July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018. For our most recent State Charities Program as required by law.
audited financial statement and IRS form, visit our website Information may be obtained by calling
at foodlifeline.org/solving-hunger 800-332-4483 or 360-725-0378.
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