harvesting for the hungry
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    2017 Burgers & Beats

    Join us at Wallace Station for delicious food, live music and great fun during our largest fundraiser
    of the year. Tickets are on sale now!

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    Become A Volunteer

    Join one of our monthly volunteer trainings to learn what it takes to be a gleaner.

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    Join The Glean League

    Hunger is a year-round issue that requires year-round work to address. When you give monthly, you help us spend
    more time doing what matters most: reducing food waste and getting produce to our neighbors.

    Read More
  • slide1

    2017 Burgers & Beats

    Join us at Wallace Station for delicious food, live music and great fun during our largest fundraiser
    of the year. Tickets are on sale now!

    Read More
  • slide1

    Become A Volunteer

    Join one of our monthly volunteer trainings to learn what it takes to be a gleaner.

    Read More
  • slide1

    Join The Glean League

    Hunger is a year-round issue that requires year-round work to address. When you give monthly, you help us spend
    more time doing what matters most: reducing food waste and getting produce to our neighbors.

    Read More
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Teddi Twombly is an active member of GleanKY’s Franklin County chapter. She travels wherever she sees the need to glean and has played a huge role in rescuing produce from U.K. South Farm in Lexington, Hazelfield Farm in Owenton, and, of course, several locations around Frankfort. When did you start volunteering with GleanKY? 2015   Why do you glean? So edible food doesn’t go to waste and children in need | Continue Reading
July is already a busy month for gleaning, and it’s become even more so now that we are gleaning 6 days a week at Whole Foods. Check out some of the ways you can be involved below: Grocery Stores Some of the grocery stores you can help glean in Lexington this month include: Mondays at 10am: Glean Lucky’s Market and deliver to Moveable Feast and Embrace Church. Tuesdays at 10am: | Continue Reading
  About half of the food we glean in our Fayette County chapter comes from grocery stores. That means our volunteers on the road 364 days a year, picking up unsold produce from grocery stores and delivering it to our partner recipients who are feeding the hungry. The demand for this type of gleaning is on the rise, which means we need more volunteer power to keep that food from | Continue Reading