Pandemic amplifies the need seen at SODO Community Market

The holiday season is already a busy time of the year for Northwest Harvest and the pandemic has amplified the needs of the community they serve.

SEATTLE — The holiday season is already a busy time for Northwest Harvest and their SODO Community Market, and the pandemic only amplified the needs of the community.

The no-cost grocery store’s doors are open to everyone. No identification, proof of income, or residency information is required.  

The market provides fresh produce, grocery staples, and a variety of healthy food options to those in need.

Northwest Harvest CEO Thomas Reynolds said the annual Home Team

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