Congratulations, Victory Heights! We celebrated our first year feeding homeless teens!
Please support us as we enter our second year! We can’t do it without your help!
We’re committed to providing one meal a month to TeenFeed – a non-profit that offers support to homeless youth. Founded in 1987, operations shifted with the emergence of COVID but TeenFeed remains a low-barrier organization that provides a hot meal, as well as many other services, to ~80 homeless youth every day of the year.
Choose a dish to make for Saturday, September 4th from the menu here…
- More details provided on the SignUp…
- Food can be store bought or homemade – no pressure to be a Chef Boyardee!
- We just need it delivered warm (if it’s a hot dish) to 2005 NE 105th St (Amber/Jerry’s house) at 5 PM so the food can be driven down to the University District for distribution.
Menu for September:
- Teriyaki chicken
- Teriyaki tofu
- Sesame noodle salad
- Roasted broccoli
- Fresh fruit
This is a great opportunity to come together as a community and support those less fortunate. Please reach out with additional questions. If you can’t help this month but would like to be contacted in the future, please contact us at VH.TeenFeed@gmail.com to be added to our list of Community Cooks!
Ann Forrest & Amber Benson
FYI… Family crisis is the most prevalent reason youth and young adults identify for becoming homeless.