We believe, for a society to be sustainable, each of its members must have access to wholesome food and safe shelter, and be treated with dignity. As such, we participate with two programs in Ballard: Ballard Sunday Dinner & Meals with Neighbors.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the Governor’s Stay Home Mandate, Ballard Sunday Dinners are being offered as sack meals; Edible Hope has temporarily closed its breakfast meals.
Ballard Sunday Dinner
Ballard Sunday Dinner is a neighborhood effort organized by five area churches (Ballard First Lutheran, Our Redeemer’s Lutheran, St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Amazing Grace Spiritual Center, Northwest Christian Church) and Sustainable Ballard.
Edible Hope is a program of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Each weekday morning at 7am, a hot breakfast is served to 150 to 200 of our neighbors. Sustainable Ballard volunteers help prep and cook a meal, serve breakfast to guests, and clean up the space. Families and groups are welcome!
Sustainable Ballard provides volunteers to work alongside teams from each of the churches. To learn more about how you can help, contact Camilla.