Growing Vegetables and Awareness Since 1982

Emergency Food Network provides 15 million pounds of healthy, nutritious food annually at no cost to over 60 food banks, hot meal sites and shelters for distribution to low-income families and individuals.

In 2013, programs in our network accommodated 1,404,755 total visits. EFN spent nearly $1.45 per visit to assure that each time a community member walked into a food program with nothing, they walked out with enough food for 9 meals.

With an administrative overhead of under 4%, EFN distributes $12 worth of food for every $1 we receive.

Join us at the Abundance Dinner & Auction!

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This year’s event will feature a delicious dinner, exciting live and silent auctions, and a meaningful opportunity to give back to your community. Proceeds from this special night will provide emergency food for low-income children, adults and seniors in Pierce County.
Saturday October 25, 2014, 6:00pm-10:00pm

McGavick Conference Center
$100 per seat, $1,000 table of 10
Register Online or contact us to reserve your seat.
(253) 584-1040 or