BENEFITING: Forgotten Harvest
Everyone at Forgotten Harvest is so thankful for all of the support for our community truck campaign. We were able to hit our goal and raise enough money to buy our new community truck.
Everyone who donated or fundraised at least $250 has their name printed on the truck for the whole world - or at least all of Metro Detroit - to see. Our new truck is gonna drive around Southeast Michigan, rescue good food and deliver it to good people who would otherwise go hungry. Again, thank you so much.
Our fans and friends are the driving force for us to help those in need. We are asking you to make a difference by joining our Community Truck Challenge. There are two simple ways you can help:
1. You can donate a minimum of $250 to the Forgotten Harvest Community Truck Challenge by clicking the red DONATE button to the right OR
2. You can create your own fundraising page and invite your friends and family to help you reach your $250 goal (or more). Click the FUNDRAISE FOR THIS CAMPAIGN button to the right to set up your own page.
EVERYONE WHO RAISES OR DONATES $250 will get his or her name on the Forgotten Harvest Community Truck.
If you have any questions or need help, contact Marc Berke, Sr. Director of Major Gifts at (248) 864-7525 or email@example.com.
Forgotten Harvest Mission
The mission of Forgotten Harvest is to relieve hunger in the Detroit metropolitan community by rescuing surplus, prepared and perishable food and donating it to emergency food providers. Forgotten Harvest was formed in 1990 to fight two problems: hunger and waste.
Forgotten Harvest Facts
Serving: Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties, covering a 2,000-square mile area per day.
Recipient agencies in network: 280 including emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless and domestic shelters, children’s homes, senior centers and group homes.
Number of food donors: 455 grocers, restaurants, farmers, growers, national food sources, caterers and more.