KCFS Impacts and Insights

Our award-winning King County Farmers Share program – developed in partnership with King Conservation District – creates, supports and expands connections between King County farmers and hunger relief organizations to provide fresh, local and healthy food for those in need across our community. View the links and stories below to learn more about the impacts of the program and how those community partnerships are formed. 

The numbers only tell part of the story. While pounds of food and number of people served are important metrics for any program assessment, we also carefully consider the longer-term impacts we learn through anecdotes and success stories from our partners.  


Even though the concept of connecting farms and hunger relief programs may seem simple, the various relationships can be complicated. The visual below shows how interconnected King County Farmers Share is across partners. Simply scroll over one of the colored dots to see their connections.