Accomplished January 1 to May 31, 2017

6.6 Million Pounds Gleaned from the Fields
4.4 Million Pounds Shipped in the Potato & Produce Project
A total of 11 Million Pounds Collected and Distributed
33 Million Servings of Fresh Produce Provided
1,383 Events Held and 9,020 Volunteers Engaged

News and Events

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Harvest of Hope Summer Retreats Begin in June
After two great college events distributing citrus in Florida, Harvest of Hope moves to High School and Middle School events in Virginia and North Carolina. And there are plenty of inter-generational events coming up in the fall in Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia and Alabama. Click on the link below to learn more and to sign up.
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22nd Annual NUMB Ride Gets Ready to Roll
150 bike riders will pedal about 250 miles across the Nebraska countryside from June 24-28. They’ll be on the 22nd annual Nebraska United Methodist Bike Ride for Hunger. The ride raises money to support hunger-relief organizations, including the Society of St. Andrew.

LSU Potato Drop Gets Bigger and Better
With great cooperation and help from the Baton Rouge Food Bank and the Kitchens on The Geaux Student Group, the annual potato drop on the LSU campus continues to grow and to feed more people through area food banks and agencies.





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