Feed Hope Kitchen

Picture of the Everett Gospel Mission Feed Hope Kitchen staff and some of the program participants.

A Launch Pad for
HOPE and Employment

“There’s that old saying about needing to teach a man to fish. I think you need to teach them to cook that fish.” – Nathan Fox, Food Service Program Manager, Everett Gospel Mission

Feed Hope Kitchen is a 14-week hands-on, professional culinary training and job placement program. It’s designed to give men and women who have experienced homelessness the hope, skills and confidence they need to begin a career in the culinary industry.

Many of those trapped in homelessness want to work, they just need someone to give them a chance. That’s what Feed Hope Kitchen is all about.

“Feed Hope Kitchen is a launch pad for hope. With this training, people can begin entry-level jobs, and have the potential to move up in the industry and make a living wage.”
– Sylvia Anderson, CEO, Everett Gospel Mission