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|Sunday, March 26, 2017|
Food Bank Farm - when I was hungry, YOU fed me ~ Jesus
“Good Deeds that Feed.” Read More by Julia Duin, 425 Magazine
“I was hungry and you gave me food.” Read More by Mary Frances Schoenberg, Episcopal News Service
“Growing a Solution to Hunger.” Read More by Pat Foote, Food Lifeline
“Break out the cap and gowns, baby squash are graduating!” Read More by Cassie Lee, UWKC Emerging Leaders.
“Rector Drives a Tractor” Read More by Elizabeth Sinclair
“Redmond church’s Food Bank Farm sets new harvest record.” Read More by Dede Moore
We are acting to end hunger in the Pacific Northwest by growing fresh produce for area food banks.
With your help, we aim to raise a million pounds of nutritious fresh produce for area food banks by 2021.
To date we have delivered to food banks: one half-million pounds of produce—valued at three-quarters of a million dollars.
Too coordinate your group event at Food Bank Farm, contact Jim Eichner 425-223-7249
Thank you, to the following partners, for your help with the 2016 season:
Girl Scouts, Boy, Cub Scouts, Church groups, Montessori Schools, Home Schoolers, Maltby Elementary School, Monroe High School Horticulture Program, Kirkland International Community School, Canyon Park Jr. High, Bellevue College Bulldogs Softball team, Maltby Elementary; All-State, Nordstrom, Microsoft, Liberty Mutual employees, Within Reach, Astronics, United Way of King County, Hope Link, Maltby Food Bank, Project Harvest, Food Lifeline, and Chinook Farms.
History Growing food for food banks
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