Mission

Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that seeks to end hunger in Seattle with innovative programs that bring together volunteers and community partners. HIP provides nutritious meals, basic cooking skills, and nutrition education to underserved individuals in Seattle, with a focus on the north Seattle area.

Programs

Healthy HIP Packs

Photo of HIP volunteers packing Healthy HIP Packs. This image is a link to the Programs page

Photo © Craig P. Stehling, Momentum Imagery

Providing vital weekend food for children at risk of hunger in our community. Read more »

Food Bank Cooking Demonstrations

Photo of salmon salad

Empowering clients to cook food bank products in healthy and easy ways. Read more »

Senior Community Meal

Photo of seniors being served a meal at a table

Photo © Craig P. Stehling, Momentum Imagery

Offering nourishing meals for seniors in our community. Read more »

Summer Meals Program

Photo of children having lunch while being guided in an activity by tutors

Photo © Craig P. Stehling, Momentum Imagery

Provides lunches throughout the summer months to kids and teens. Read more »

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