Your donations provides food for our children, seniors, veterans, homeless, foster children, families.
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January 13, 2015, John from our Homestead location delivered a presentation on to the Palm Beach County Senators and State Representatives on behalf of Farm Share, Inc. State Rep Bobby Powell,Jr. District 88, Lori Berman State Rep., Sen. Jeff Clemens District 27
and the Mayor of Pahokee, Colin Walkes and all in attendance thank you for your support.
January 12, 2015, Farm Share Inc. along with Mayor Tomas Regalado, and Martin Fine Ville Apartments for disabled Seniors distributed food for 50 families.
January 9, 2015, Our Homestead location sent a truck load of food to Lucy Love Ministry in Ft Myers, Florida serving close to 1000 families.
January 13, 2015, Our Jacksonville location received a donation of 495 pounds of non-perishable food items and $2,702 monetary contribution from the Black Knight Financial Services, thank you!
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Quincy, FL from Bimbo Breads we received 8916 lbs., the Homestead location was able to share 100,868 lbs of fresh produce including items such as: green beans; cucumber; tomato; zucchini; bananas; lettuce; mango; squash. Operation Blessing collected 27,000 lbs of drinks, food and non food items for us to share with the community.
Homestead, FL received 118,402 lbs. of
Bread, Sweets, French beans, Black berries, Manzano, Assorted produce, Peppers, Okra, Lettuce, Spinach, Eggplant, Zucchini, Avocado, Green beans an Squash.
Jacksonville, FL plans on serving over 2000 people in need with a variety of produce, dry goods, baked goods, milk and other grocery items, over 100,000 lbs. of much needed food at this weekends event.
This is a FARM SHARE event with support from
Terranova Corporation( Distribution Site)
Blue Sky Farms – ( Potatoes and produce)
Tom Bush Dealerships- ( Dry Goods)
Black Knight Financial – ( Logistical Support)
Read more in the Miami Herald article about the crops of fresh vegetables being distributed to communities in South Florida. We need more trucks to help share recovered food to communities in need. If you would like to help us with fundraising for more Big Red Trucks please
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How does our food reach others in the community daily?
Farm Share, Inc provides food to numerous Non-Profit organizations. We have over 400 agencies in the Panhandle of Florida who are signed up to come pick up food from our Quincy facility each week. There are another 378 agencies and churches in Dade County and 52 in Broward County who rely on our Homestead location. Additionally we have a network of agencies with Star of the Sea in Monroe county. And roughly 115 agencies served from our Jacksonville location. These groups pick up truckloads of items and are able to sort, bag and distribute from their locations. These groups help us to extend our reach to communities located all over Florida.
In addition to special food distributions, Farm Share continues to provide food to its over 1,000 community partner agencies every weekday from its warehouses in Quincy, Pompano, Jacksonville and Homestead.
We thank this week’s sponsors & partners:
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