KIRKLAND, Wash. — A Kirkland non-profit is kicking off a crowdfunding campaign to help local restaurants feed people in need.
The Kirkland Parks and Community Foundation said the campaign is a way to help a community struggling at both ends.
"Everybody's trying to figure out what they can do and this one, you know, it's a win, win, win," said Dana Nunnelly of the Kirkland Parks and Community Foundation.
The Foundation is hoping a steady flow of cash will help struggling restaurants stay afloat while ensuring the community's most vulnerable get fed.
"It's a win for the restaurant businesses and it's a win for the people that need the help and it's a win for the community who wants to support this whole thing that we're in the middle of," said Nunnelly.
The foundation hopes to raise $4,000. The funding will go directly to local restaurants, in turn, helping the city's homeless, low-income families and seniors in need.
You can donate to the Kirkland Parks and Community Foundation's campaign here.