About Community Kitchen Collective
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, small restaurants were especially hard hit. At the same time, lockdowns and public health measures increased food insecurity for many people. Two projects led by Seattle restauranteurs and community leaders stepped up in the most difficult of times to both serve those most in need as well as keep their employees employed.
The Community Kitchen Collective was established by the owners of Musang, Hood Famous Bakeshop, That Brown Girl Cooks and Communion, Sugar Hill, and Guerilla Pizza offer hot meals to those in need, seven days a week, no questions asked. Even as restaurants are re-opening, they are working to make the Collective a sustainable model to bring nourishing food to those who need it even beyond the pandemic.