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In our 20th year of farming, donors and volunteers like you made it possible for us to grow over 310,000 pounds (1,422,000 individual servings) of fresh produce for people experiencing hunger. Our 23 hunger relief partners distributed fruits and vegetables directly to people who don’t have access to healthy food every day. Thank you!
Grocery costs are 13 percent higher now than they were last fall — the biggest year-over-year spike in 43 years (USDA). Fruits and vegetables cost 5.5-6.5 percent more. A person who is food insecure reports needing, on average, an additional $17.25 per week or $44 per month to buy enough food to meet their needs (Feeding America).
These increasing food costs make healthy eating that much harder. Compounding factors such as sickness, lack of childcare, and housing costs make it hard to survive, let alone thrive, on your own. But when we work together, we can care for, feed, and uplift each other.
Our vision is that a connected community ensures access to healthy food for all. Over 5,560 volunteers and over 530 donors make up our community that works tirelessly and contributes through the growing season to grow fresh fruits and vegetables for hunger relief. One of our volunteer Team Leaders has pledged to match the first $12,500 in donations this fall because “sharing time with volunteers of ALL ages for such a meaningful purpose continues to be a truly unique and rewarding experience.”
If you donate today, $100 will provide 300 servings of nutritious leafy greens, $250 will provide 750 servings of antioxidant-rich apples, and $500 will provide 1,500 servings of nutrient dense butternut squash.
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