Join us for a FREE screening of
'A Place at the Table'
February 27th

The film provides information about issues around hunger relief programs in the US, and the discussion afterwards will focus on how to take action and make a difference. Nominated for the Grand Jury price at 2012 Sundance Film Festival this 84 minute family-friendly documentary seeks to spark conversation around the impact hunger has on communities across America.
See our Events page for more details!

Washington State Food and Nutrition Council (WSFNC)

WSFNC is an all-volunteer non-profit organization advocating for, and educating members about, food and nutrition issues that impact Washington State residents. Specifically, we...
  • Promote nutrition education
  • Propose, influence, and monitor legislation affecting food and nutrition
  • Identify and monitor existing food and nutrition programs and services in order to make recommendations in the public interest
  • Provide information regarding food and nutrition programs and issues to members and member agencies
  • Sponsor and support seminars, symposia, and conferences relating to food and nutrition
  • Team up with related groups on nutritional health issues for the well-being of our communities

Do you have a passion for anti-hunger, food and nutrition?

.....Want to get connected with like-minded people people to make an impact on the lives of your fellow Washingtonians? Join the WSFNC board!

The Washington State Food and Nutrition Council is recruiting for the 2013-2014 board!

For full description of available positions please refer to our BOARD page! Please send nominations and inquiries to TODAY!
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WSFNC Members Volunteer at Family Market Night

Elementary students and families will take a trip to the farmers market…right at school! The Eat Better, Feel Better program hosts Family Farmers Market Nights at Seattle Public Elementary Schools for students and their families to gather for an evening of great food, nutrition education and games, and prizes.

WSFNC Volunteers (aka "Farmers") sold fresh produce, like kale, sweet potatoes, apples, and lemon to students. Students practice their math skills by using play money to purchase real produce. At the end of the night, each family went home with a bag full of fresh fruits and vegetables to enjoy.

Please join us for our next volunteer experience:
Thursday, May 30th
Family Market Night @ Concord International Elementary School
*RSVP required space is limited- Contact for details
(Pictured) President, Breanna and Membership Chair, Rebecca help set up the Farmers Market for John Muir Elementary School students during the Family Market Night on April 25th.

Welcome to the 2012-2013 WSFNC Board

The WSFNC currently has board position openings. Please contact if you would like to be more involved with food and nutrition education and advocacy!

We would like to express our deepest gratitude to our outgoing Board members for their year(s) of service to the Washington State Food and Nutrition Council. These include Meghan Lyle, Cynthia Spencer, Adrienne Dorf, Jennifer Tucci, Shawn Peterson, Kristen Rezabek, Meghan Boucher, Danielle Selden and Teresa Yi. We like to welcome our newest Board members: Kimberly Buchan (Conference Planning Committee), Rebecca Levens (Membership Chair), Sharon Feucht (At Large Member), Ellie Freeman (Secretary) and Sara Espina (Nominating Chair). And, lastly, we want to give a big "thank you" to Breanna Oberlin (President), Erin Greer (Conference Planning Chair), Kara Breymeyer (At Large Member) and Hailey Mack (Past President) for taking on new roles, and to Jamie Zorich for continuing her role as Treasurer. We look forward to an exciting and productive year!