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How is COVID-19 affecting your access to food?

The Washington State Food Security Survey (WAFOOD) will monitor how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted economic security and food access for Washington State residents.

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The University of Washington and Washington State University, with support from Tacoma Community College, have created the Washington State Food Security Survey (WAFOOD) to monitor how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted economic security and food access for Washington State residents. This information will help state and community partners to identify needs and support resource allocation for WA State residents.

You may access the online survey below. It should only take about 15 minutes to complete, and is computer and smart phone-capable.

Take the Survey

This survey will ask questions about your health, food access, and economic needs. The goal is to learn more about how WA residents are handling economic and food disruptions due to the pandemic. Washington State residents who are 18 years or older may participate.

Upon completing the survey, you will have the option to provide an email address to enter a drawing for a $50 grocery store gift card (one of 50). Entering the drawing is optional, and you can participate in the survey without providing an email address. Taking part in this study is voluntary. You will NOT be asked for your name, protected health information, or any identifying information.