Farm Share has Raised $3,885 on ‘Give Miami Day!’
Thank you The Miami Foundation and those who donated.
You can still contribute to Farm Share, Inc.
At Rep. Allen Williams distribution in Tallahassee last week we gave away 26,590 lbs. of Star fruit, Okra, Bell Peppers, SweetPotatoes, Squash,
Blankets, Bread and Yogurt.
The beautiful woman in the Red Jacket is Gwen Miranda and she loves coming to Farm Share events to help out. Thank you Gwen for your support. If you’d like to Volunteer or sponsor at a Farm Share Distribution email us at
Our Quincy Food Share was able to deliver about 70 lbs. of fresh food to 385 households.
Way to go Quincy that’s 1,369 people eating nutritious food this week!
If you want more information about the distributions below, please call phone numbers ahead of event date
Clear Water Florida
11/21 9AM – 11AM Oldsmar Cares, 163 state Rd 580 West Oldsmar, FL Contact 727.793.2798
11/21 10:30AM – 12:30AM WIlla Carson Health, 1108 N Martin Luther King Jr Ave, Clearwater, FL
11/21 9AM – 12PM Well Care, 3416 Moncrief Rd. Jacksonville, FL. Contact: 904.598.9196
South Florida (Homestead Base)
11/22 9AM- 12PM Emilia Erheart Park 401 E. 65 st Hialeah, FL Contact: 305.820.8424
Escambia County Pensacola
11/22 9AM 691 Broad Street Lincoln Park
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 and Homestead.
11/21 UMC Church- Crawfordville, FL.
11/24 Franklin’s Promise Coalition- Apalachicola, FL.
11/25 Chipola Family Ministries- Marianna, FL.
11/26 Open Arms Ministry- Madison, FL.
We thank this week’s sponsors & partners:
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