Meet Your New Youth Leaders

Meet Your New Youth Leaders

FEEST youth leaders from different grades, schools, and backgrounds spent the last weeks of summer at our food justice summer camp to get ready for the school year. We had some really powerful conversations about race, gender, displacement, food access, and systemic...
New on the menu at Highline Public Schools

New on the menu at Highline Public Schools

In the Highline district, youth leaders proposed a list of culturally relevant foods they want to see on the menu, and the district implemented it right away. We won a commitment of at least one culturally relevant item on the menu every single week — that’s 34 per...
Why give to FEEST??

Why give to FEEST??

We’re the real deal 💯 FEEST is led by and for youth of color who are making real changes to improve food and health in their schools. We’re growing 🍎 This year we expanded our reach, adding two new high schools to the FEEST family and a total of over 1,100 young...
Survey: 1 in 4 students skip school lunch

Survey: 1 in 4 students skip school lunch

We just finished up three amazing listening sessions at Tyee and Chief Sealth High Schools last week and yesterday at Evergreen. (Rainier Beach session is scheduled for later this month — stay tuned!) At each session, FEEST youth leaders got to share the results of...
We’re zooming through 2019

We’re zooming through 2019

Fresh on the Menu: Youth leaders at Tyee and Evergreen landed their very first breakfast item on the Highline School District menu, a delicious apple bread. We’re excited to see many more FEEST-designed items on the menu this year to help students fuel up for the...