While most food banks faced the decision of either continuing modified food distribution or closing their facilities due to the risks of COVID-19, the South Seattle College food pantry (SSC), a 2nd-year King County Farmers Share participant, is juggling both!
The idea for a refugee community art project focuses on art functioning as a proud representation of refugees in the Tucson community and a platform to express creative, mental, and emotional wellness.
Harvest VISTA Anastasia Ryseff serves at the International Rescue Committee (IRC) New Roots Program. New Roots at the IRC Seattle works with refugee, immigrant and vulnerable communities in South King County to improve food access and community wellness. New Roots provides individuals and families space…
In backyards across Central Florida, fruit is ripe and ready to be harvested. This is the time of year that the Director of Missions at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church solicits nearby residents that have fruit trees in their backyard or..
Restoring a historic, 40-year-old pear tree orchard to help increase access to fresh food in Vancouver05.02.2020 in Harvest Blog, Harvest VISTA, Slow Food SW WA, Washington state
Learn about Foley Park, one of the largest orchards that Urban Abundance helps steward, in Lynsey Horne’s blog post.
Benji created the first comprehensive food resource list in Clallam County and has brought together multiple partners to form a new weekly meal program.
Sending out thank you cards, pruning trees, and public outreach at Good Cheer Food Bank.
Raising $1,000 for the Society of St. Andrew with hand-painted Christmas cards.