In 2013, the Bankers Care Food Drive campaign was launched to help raise awareness about the issue of hunger in Washington. Millions of people in Washington are helped every year by Northwest Harvest and its statewide network of food banks and affiliates.

2016 Campaign

The 2016 Bankers Care Food Drive Campaign will run September 12-30 across the state.

This year, we are pleased to announce the campaign has expanded to include the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas, as well as Spokane.

As children prepare to go back to school, it is more important than ever to make sure they get the food they need to grow and learn. Research shows that hungry children don’t learn as well in the classroom. Thanks to Northwest Harvest’s statewide network of food banks and affiliates, donations to this year’s campaign will help those in your local community.

“In many ways and over many years, Washington’s bankers have demonstrated their commitment to the fight against hunger,” said Shelley Rotondo, CEO of Northwest Harvest. “Many volunteer, hold food drives, donate, or commit in other ways to help those in need. With this food drive, our communities receive an extra boost. Washington bankers really do care, and we are tremendously thankful for that.”

How to Get Involved

This year, you can get involved by donating to the campaign online, or at your local participating bank branch throughout the state.

Visit us at the Washington State Fair on Friday, September 2 from 10 a.m. to noon. Bring a food donation and receive free entry to the fair!

From September 19-23, watch Seattle Refined on KOMO4 at 2 p.m. for a week-long telethon supporting the campaign. Seattle Refined will also be hosting an online auction throughout the campaign. Bid for your chance to win a lunch with Desiree Hartsock from the Bachelorette, tickets to the 5th Avenue Theatre and much more!

With your help, we can continue to prove that You Can Bank on Us.

Committed to Community

Participating Banks

We are committed to, and invested in, an ongoing program that helps positively impact people, neighborhoods, and communities across Washington state. The Bankers Care Spring Food Drive is just one example of how bankers in Washington contribute day in and day out to make our local communities better places to live and work.

Jim Pishue, President & CEO
Washington Bankers Association




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