FEEST blogFind out the latest news from FEEST participants and staff.
Partnering with King County Public Health, FEEST youth leaders are developing a counter- marketing campaign that questions the systems that limit access to healthy living. Our approach is three-tiered, addressing food access on systemic, community, and individual...read more
Youth interns are at the center of FEEST’s work: they develop and lead campaigns that increase access to healthy eating in our community. They also run incredible weekly improv dinners in their high schools. Help us grow our internship program by supporting FEEST...read more
MAKE FOOD, MAKE FAM FEEST Community Dinner & Youth-led Campaign Kick-Off Join the FEEST community for a dynamic night of food, drinks, music and stories. At FEEST we believe that effective social change starts with sharing a meal with people you...read more
This week we're trying something different! It's obvious from the pictures that FEEST makes super bomb, creative and yummy food. So why not give of the recipes so folks can try it at home? We'll be giving two recipes done in groups led by our interns Rubyna and Alexa....read more
Hey FEEST fam! Lookin' for a new recipe? Here's fellow intern Luwam with the tale of "The Orange Muffin." --- The process of making the orange muffin. On February 2 at a FEEST dinner in Chief Sealth, one of the groups decided to make a basic muffin with a volunteer's...read more
On January 24th and 25th, seven of our amazing FEEST youth interns joined a hundred other youth-led groups in Olympia for the Legislative Youth Action Council Day. We attended workshops on how to talk to legislators and sharing your story, took a tour of the capitol,...read more
Hi FEEST fam! Happy Friday!! Come check out intern Rubyna Vohra's reflection on Natasha Bowen's article "The Color of Food"! Rubyna shares with us what it takes to build community and feel at home. The Color of Food This article reminded me of FEEST when the...read more
Here's our delightful intern Rubyna Vohra with this week's reflection on how learning happens at FEEST! ------ There's always room for improvement. Even for adults. At FEEST we not only have fun and make delicious food but we also learn many life lessons and life...read more
FEEST youth leaders are creating a multimedia counter-marketing campaign against the junk food advertising they see on the daily as working class youth of color. The campaign aims to promote healthy eating amongst high school youth in White Center and Delridge, while...read more
What does FEEST mean anyway? Our amazing intern Karishama Vahora's answers this question after another bumpin' dinner at Evergreen Campus! ---- F.E.E.S.T is what we are known as but each letter has its own meaning; we are the Food Empowerment Education Sustainability...read more
Show FEEST some love!
Youth are in the lead at FEEST because we know that change is not effective unless those most impacted by health inequities are the decision makers. Support youth leadership by donating today, OR sign up for our newsletter to get the latest from FEEST!
Donate nowSign up for our newsletter