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We made it through a very challenging year and to those of you who gave food, time, or money to support our efforts in 2020, thank you!
Harvesters and its network of partner agencies have distributed a record amount of food (more than 60 million pounds) since the pandemic began almost a year ago. Thousands of families, children and seniors in our region needed more help from us during this difficult time or turned to our network for the first time.
As we move forward in 2021, one thing is certain. The need for food assistance will remain high for some time.
A vaccine brings hope that before long, life will become more normal, but until a majority of us have that protection, uncertainty remains and for many without jobs or in essential jobs on the front line, challenges loom.
Too many are making tough decisions between buying groceries and buying medicine and paying for utilities and rent.
Harvesters is this community’s response to hunger, and we will continue to be here to meet that need and bring not only food but hope to our neighbors.
If you are healthy and able, consider donating time this year to Harvesters. Volunteers are needed now more than ever. Nonperishable donations are always needed, and financial donations will ensure we have the resources necessary to maintain a higher-than-normal level of service to our community throughout the months ahead.
President and CEO