Hunger Intervention Program
The Hunger Intervention Program’s Senior Community Meal provides a weekly low-cost, nutritious and delicious meal for seniors 60 and over. It is also an opportunity to build community and to learn new things. Sound Generations provides activities for seniors before and after the lunch including senior fitness programs, art classes, conversation cafés, community presenters, book clubs and more. This meal is open to the community every Monday and Wednesday from 12–1pm at Lake City Community Center (12531 28th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125). Suggested donation is $3 for seniors 60 and over and $6 for anyone under 60.
National Council on Aging – NCOA
Working to improve the health and economy of older adults through programming both educational and enriching.
The Neighbor Brigade provides short-term volunteer assistance to individuals of all ages who are experiencing a temporary crisis due to an illness, surgery, accident, or other life event. Some of the services volunteers have provided in the past include meal delivery, dog walks, rides to doctor’s appointments, help with errands, friendly visits, and light household needs.
Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Network
Committed to raising Rheumatoid Arthritis awareness by ensuring health resources worldwide have the most accurate, and well-researched arthritis information available.
Sound Generations (formerly Senior Services of King County)
Provides King County seniors with information about wellness, nutrition, home repair, senior center activities, day health centers, and home-sharing and services for caregivers and families.
Washington Poison Center
The Washington Poison Center (WAPC) provides immediate, free, and expert treatment advice and assistance on the telephone in case of exposure to poisonous, hazardous, or toxic substances. All calls are confidential. (800) 222-1222