Crawfordville, FL- Farm Share teamed up with the Department of Children and Families to host a free resource fair and food distribution for the Wakulla County community.
Seniors, children, families and veterans in need made their way to the Harvest Fellowship Church in Crawfordville to stock up on fresh fruits, vegetables and other foods.
There were also several organizations on site to provide other resources and services to the families.
Last year, Farm Share provided more than $40 million in food to over one million Florida families in poverty. Most of the food is distributed through a community network of church food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, senior centers, and veterans groups.
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Thousands of Green Beans Donated to Farm Share
Homestead, FL – A local farmer donates 27,000 pounds of fresh green beans to Farm Share. The Homestead-area farmer harvested the green beans just for Farm Share.
The farmer offered Farm Share 14-acres worth of fresh green beans, but it was only able to take 27,000 pound. It had lack of storage bins on that day. Farm Share was able to feed thousands of families in need because of the generous donation. The green beans were
Upcoming Distribution Events
Saturday, March 29, 9a.m. to noon, 50 Pine Island Rd. North Fort Myers, FL 33903 Contact: 239.694.0161
Friday, April 4, 10a.m. to 1 p.m., Amelia Earhart Park, 401 E 65th St, Hialeah, FL 33013 Contact: 305.883.8003
Saturday, April 12, Palmetto Bay & Overtown Contact: 305.252.4300
In addition to special food distributions, Farm Share continues to provide food to its community partner agencies every weekday from its warehouses in Quincy, Pompano and Homestead.
We thank this weeks sponsors: