Second Harvest will have a new way to get food to where it’s needed most in high-need Spokane neighborhoods soon.
A city bus retired by Spokane Transit Authority has moved on to a second career as part of Second Harvest’s Mobile Market fleet. The bus, donated by STA, will be retrofitted to serve as a walk-through market on wheels. This is all part of a mobile food security grant that Second Harvest received from THEZONE Project (serving northeast Spokane) and the Smith-Barbieri Progressive Fund, A Charitable Foundation.
You can be part of this special project to make healthy food more accessible to hungry children, families and seniors in Spokane.
Help support the bus by donating here.