Issaquah Meal Program (IMP) invites you to consider donating and sharing the word of their annual online fundraiser!
In 2021, 7,732 meals were served to 236 unduplicated guests. Currently each night averages 32 individuals being served. A number of the participants have been coming for years and count on the evening meal to supplement their food budget. There are more than 1,645 volunteers serving meals in the various groups listed and other individual volunteers. IMP can use meals groups and volunteers!
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About Issaquah Meal Program
For 31 years, the Issaquah Meals program has served nightly meals, Monday through Friday at the Community Hall located at 180 E. Sunset Way, next to the fire station. At the request of the city of Issaquah and local churches, the program was started in May of 1989 by Catholic Community Services. Initially, meals were served two times per week and then it was increased to Monday-Friday. Volunteer groups from local faith congregations, community organizations, families, and neighborhood groups provide the weeknight meals.
The program provides a safe and welcoming atmosphere for guests and volunteers. There is also a site leader available each night to answer questions and provide resources.