Seattle's Child

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The Seattle Solidarity Box

The Seattle Solidarity Box features 11 items from local, Black-owned small businesses. Photo courtesy of

Support Black-owned local businesses with the Seattle Solidarity Box

Savor Seattle has switched from tours to delivery during COVID shutdown.

Shop local through Savor Seattle Food Tours. Known for their informative, very filling food journeys, the tour company has switched gears to bring you produce, fruit, flowers, salmon and other products sourced from farmers and retailers at Pike Place Market.

They’re now offering a Seattle Solidarity Box, featuring 11 items from local, Black-owned small businesses.

About the Author

Jasmin Thankachen

Jasmin is an Eastside mom of two boys, 6 and 8, and enjoys parenting with much grace and lots of laughter. She worked in broadcast television for many years and later moved on to various non-profits and then co-founded PopUp StoryWalk. Now, she is a staff member at Seattle's Child. She loves picture books, essay writing, and community stories. One day she hopes to publish her own storybook for children.