Volunteers often ask this same question and may be surprised to hear the answer. “Can we take some food we glean to a pantry that we love and support?” Or they may say, “Would it be okay if we gleaned a little extra so we could send some to a pantry in our community?” The answer is always the same – yes! The Society of St. Andrew wants to help you make a difference in your own community, especially areas where we have not distributed food before. When Jennie Jay first started gleaning, she might have had the same question. Jennie and her sons Liam and Lee, ages 13 and 11, began gleaning with the Society of St. Andrew in Georgia with a simple enthusiasm to rescue strawberries, broccoli, tomatoes, green beans, and other fresh produce. To keep reading, click here.
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