A team from our CHPW Finance department volunteered with foodlifeline this week. They helped at the monthly in-school food bank that Food Lifeline coordinated with Northgate Elementary. Kids can’t learn if they’re hungry, this program helps to ensure kids and their families have healthy meals with this School Pantry. Volunteers help set up, distribute food and clean-up for the event.
Find out more on how you can support, volunteer or benefit from Food Lifeline programs at foodlifeline.org.
CHPW is committed to Washington’s communities, and we partner with local organizations across the state to help connect people to vital services and sponsor community events. Every full-time CHPW employee has 40 hours of paid volunteer time that they use to serve meals at local food banks, work on Washington’s hiking trails, and clean up public spaces. As a not-for-profit health plan, CHPW reinvests its profits back into the Community Health Centers, helping them deliver better care to everyone who walks through their doors. Find out more about who we are at chpw.org.