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King County Healthcare and Food Insecurity Learning Network

How to join the Learning Network


How to join

Contact Elizabeth Kimball at Elizabeth.Kimball@kingcounty.gov with the following information:

  1. Your organization and title

  2. Which activities you are most interested in working on
    • Learning Exchange: synthesizing and sharing information with Learning Network members and external stakeholders
    • Advocacy: working with external stakeholders to encourage policy and system changes
    • Connections: developing reliable and effective ways to connect those who experience food insecurity with sustainable food resources
    • Screening: integrating effective food insecurity screening practices into healthcare systems
    • Community Engagement: involving community members who experience food insecurity to help develop objectives and evaluations

  3. What assets you can bring to the table (e.g. connections, funding, expertise, decision-making or implementation power)

Member benefits


Opportunities to share your story and learn what others are doing to support community health


Quarterly email updates on Learning Network happenings and achievements

Invitations to Learning Network gatherings (about 4 times/year)

Support from a strong, united front-to-end food insecurity