FEEST is the Food Empowerment Education and Sustainability Team.

Community Dinners

The dinner table is a powerful place of convergence for people of different backgrounds to come together in a common space, build trust, share food and discover new possibilities.

School Food Organizing

Our work flips the script on long-established power structures and places youth at the forefront of the movement for healthy schools.


FEEST is building a youth-led movement for healthy schools. Focusing on the need for healthier, more culturally relevant food in school, we support the leadership of youth in South Seattle and South King County to transform the culture and policies that directly impact their lives. Our work challenges the root causes of food injustice by placing those most impacted at the forefront of change.

Our Mission

FEEST sets the table for young people to transform the health and equity of their community by gathering around food & working towards systems change.

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Food Empowerment Education & Sustainability Team (FEEST) works at the nexus of nutrition education, health equity, food access, racial justice, and youth empowerment to increase health in low income communities of color and develop leadership for lasting change.

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FEEST is Hiring an Executive Director

FEEST Job Opportunity: Executive Director Priority Deadline: Open until filled but applications received before February 11th, 2019 will be prioritized. Please submit cover letter, resume and three references to: Email: jobs@feestseattle.org Subject: Executive...

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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 learn more!

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