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Fill a Backpack, Feed a Child With Your Donation to KCTS 9

You can make a difference with your donation now.

This summer, KCTS 9 is partnering with Northwest Harvest in support of their Kids Summer Food Club.

This unique partnership gives KCTS 9 supporters an opportunity to champion two important organizations with one charitable gift:  you’ll provide a backpack full of nutritious food for a child, while supporting the KCTS 9 programs you rely on.

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For more than 50 years, children have been a centerpiece of KCTS 9’s mission to educate and inspire, offering all children the opportunity to explore, imagine, and learn through its trusted children’s programs. 

Together, we can do more.

When you make a financial contribution of $10 a month or more (or a one-time donation of $120 or more), simply opt-in by selecting “Northwest Harvest” from the Featured Gifts section of the KCTS 9 donor form.  A portion of your donation will automatically be designated for Northwest Harvest and they will receive your charitable gift to provide a backpack with enough food to feed a child in-need for two days.

The Kids Summer Food Club is an essential program that emphasizes Northwest Harvest’s commitment to childhood nutrition.  It provides supplemental groceries to families with school-age children, which fills the gap after the summer meal programs have ended and school meals are still unavailable.

One in five children in Washington lives in a household that struggles against hunger.  You can make a difference with your donation now.

Join KCTS 9 as we support Northwest Harvest’s initiative to feed children right here, in our own community.

Thank you for supporting what you love.

 

About Northwest Harvest

The mission of Northwest Harvest is leading the fight for hungry people statewide to have access to nutritious food while respecting their dignity and promoting good health. Their vision is to end hunger in Washington.  They are the only nonprofit food bank distributor operating statewide in Washington with a network of 375 food banks, meal programs and high-need schools. Through this network, they provide 2 million meals every month.


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