Serving the homeless, students, transitional individuals, battered women, disabled, and general population
NORTHWEST SHARE Free Vegetarian Food Truck has permission to park at the University Heights Community Center in the U-District, 50th and University Way. At least 200 people come for nutritious meals on the four scheduled days. NW Share is seeking other places to legally park its food truck and distribute fresh meals to the public.
The new schedule until the Coronavirus pandemic subsides:
Wednesday - 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Friday - 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Saturday - 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Sunday - 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Northwest SHARE has been in the Seattle landscape for roughly two decades conducting various arts, cultural and race relations building exercises. Northwest SHARE offers free food in many of these festivals where Festival organizers permitted free food. Following is the list of arts and cultural hands on activities and performances organized by Northwest share in Seattle throughout the year under Festal, Northwest Folklife and compassion festival.
Northwest Share (NW Share) has been feeding people in need since 2002 in the Seattle area through its free restaurant in the U-district called My Sweet Lord (closed in April 2015). Since 2018, NW Share distributes from its Free Vegetarian Food Truck (FVFT) healthy Vegetarian and Vegan cuisine. The FVFT is certified by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I), and the King County Health Department. It has a full kitchen with a steam table, a large propane stove and another four burner stove, an Indian flat bread cooker, pizza oven, a large hot hold cabinet, refrigerator, three well sink, hand wash basin, a toilet with a hand wash sink, a commercial hood with fire safety sprinklers, an electric generator, and a large propane tank inside our new ford 350 box truck.