We partner with anyone working to reduce hunger, improve nutrition, and strengthen the health of our community.
This feels great. I would so much rather give the kids real food than a granola bar.
Jeanne Clark, Boys & Girls Club
Many food assistance initiatives have difficulty providing fresh produce to those in need due to cost and logistical challenges. Fruits and vegetables are essential but often unavailable.
People love this produce. They just devour it.
June Baransky, Trinity Episcopal free breakfast
Our mission, first and foremost, is to connect our community. We rely on these community partners to distribute all the nutritious food we glean.
Do you know somewhere gleaned produce should be distributed in Franklin or Adams County? Let us know by clicking the "Connect Us!" button
Click to find out more about our wonderful community partners
Ben Chambers Elementary backpack program
Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg
Calvary Bible Church Food Pantry
First United Methodist Church community meal
Fruit Belt Farm Workers Ministry
Greencastle Presbyterian Church Food Pantry
House of Grace
King Street Church after school prgoramming
Lincoln Intermediate Unit12
New Forge Crossing
New Hope Shelter
New Life Worship Center
Salem United Brethren Church Food Pantry
Salvation Army Soup Kitchen
SCCAP Chambersburg Food Pantry
SCCAP circles of Franklin County
SCCAP Chambersburg Homeless Shelter
SCCAP Work-Ready Program
Spirit of Christ Community Church Food Pantry
St. Paul Lutheran Church Food Pantry
St. Thomas Elementary backpack program
St. Vincent DePaul Society at Corpus Christi
St. Thomas United Methodist Church Food Pantry
"The Lunch Place" at Christ United Methodist Church
Trinity Episcopal Church community meal
Waynesboro Community and Human Services
El Centro After School Program
Fairfield Senior Center
McSherrystown Senior Center
Upper Adams Senior Center