The Victory Heights Community Council supports the Teen Feed by providing meals once a month.
Read the complete minutes of the September community council meeting.
Teen Feed is a non-profit that works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. Founded in 1987, operations shifted with the emergence of COVID but TeenFeed remains a low-barrier organization that provides a hot meal to ~80 homeless youth every day of the year.
They need our help!
Sign Up to help us provide a hot, nutritious meal on Saturday, October 3rd. More details provided on the SignUp…
Food can be store bought or homemade – no pressure to be a Chef Boyardee!
Menu for October:
Sesame noodle salad
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 Ann at VictoryHeights.Seattle@gmail.com to be added to our list of Community Cooks!
In other community council news, we have applied for a Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund grant to apply artwork to the utility boxes around the neighborhood.
There is a sock drive being organized by a local Eagle Scout. New white socks preferred, but they’ll take anything. Write VictoryHeights.Seattle@gmail.com for drop-off location.
Metro Transit is now soliciting public input on the changes to area bus routes that will be implemented next September when the new Link Light Rail stations open at Northgate and Roosevelt. Visit this site to fill out the survey and check out the new and changing bus routes: https://publicinput.com/P2143
Next month’s meeting (Tuesday, October 20th) we’ll be (virtually) discussing how Halloween might be done this year. Mark your calendar.