The Mission of the Federal Way Community Caregiving Network (FWCCN) is to give hope by providing people's basic needs. The FWCCN has been committed to providing its services since 1988 without regard to age, race, sex, sexual orientation, color of a person's skin, national origin, ethnic identity, religious affliation, gender identity, disability or family status.
Washington State Employees Credit Union
Presents Charitable Donation
Washington State Employees Credit Union presented a check and grocery certificates to the volunteers at the Federal Way Community Caregiving Network/Emergency Services Program on #GivingTuesday – November 27th, 2018. Giving Tuesday refers to the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. It is a movement to create international charitable giving at the beginning of the Christmas season. Thank you WSECU for your generous donation to help the FWCCN assist people in need in the Federal Way School District area and NE Tacoma.
Fwccn pairs with the
Federal way Community Gardens
The Federal Way Community Gardens are now a part of the Federal Way Community Caregiving Network. Founded in 2008 by Mike and Carol Stanley, the local gardens are a wonderful compliment to helping people enjoy delicious and healthy meals.
New Location For
Monday Night Free Community Meals
The FWCCN Monday Night Free Community Meal, which has been held at the Steel Lake Presbyterian Church for almost 30 years, has moved to the Christian Faith Center, 33645 20th Ave. S.
The FWCCN is grateful to the Christian Faith Center and Casey Treat for allowing the supper to be held at their church. The meal serves 40-60 men, women and children every week and we are grateful that this very important community service can continue.
Thank you also to Federal Way City Council member Martin Moore, FWCCN President Jack Dovey, and FWCCN Meal Coordinator Hope Elder for their hard work in making this change possible.