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Salt of the Earth Ministries, Inc.

Food Bank Mission Statement

We purpose to be the extended arms of Jesus Christ, loving and caring for our community. In doing so, our hope is that they will see God's Love, Grace, and Truth, and that He will be glorified.

Isaiah 61:1 and Isaiah 58:7 & 10.

We also support other food banks, ministries, and organizations with food and/or clothing.

We are a Non-Profit Volunteer organization reaching the community through our food bank.

1. Approximately 6,000 people a month are helped with food and clothes in Snohomish County.

2. We serve a Hot Meal -- now each Tuesday of the month, except the first Tuesday, which is a sack lunch day.

3. At our soup kitchen our director and volunteers minister to the needy and share the Word of God, in the hopes of drawing people to sincere, life-changing faith in Jesus Christ. In the same way that the Apostle Paul shared God's Word with Felix and Drusilla, we believe in teaching about righteousness, self-control, and the judgment to come.

Food Bank Locations

Madision Commmunity Church / Fridays
6812 Wetmore Avenue
Everett, WA 98203
(425) 353-2293

Hope Foursquare Church / Tuesdays
5002 Bickford Avenue
Snohomish, WA 98290-5210
(425) 397-6465

Midnight Cry Community Fellowship / Sundays at 7pm
611 2nd St # K
Snohomish, WA 98290-2934
(360) 563-0471

If you have any questions, please call the churches for specific / current food bank times.


IMMEDIATE NEED: As temperatures drop, we need cold weather sleeping bags to help the homeless. Click here to help!

Everett Gospel Mission reports an approximate one week waiting list to get into the shelter. That means that homeless who need shelter -- even as temperatures drop -- have to fend for themselves. We can help them with cold weather sleeping bags, but we need your help!


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