harvesting for the hungry
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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.

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    GleanKY By The Numbers

    Find out what GleanKY has accomplished and where we’re going in our annual report.

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  • 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
  • slide1

    GleanKY By The Numbers

    Find out what GleanKY has accomplished and where we’re going in our annual report.

    Read More
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  The work GleanKY does wouldn’t be possible without all the amazing volunteers who take time out of their day to pick up and deliver the food. Last year, our volunteers went on 920 gleaning trips over the span of 364 days. This is definitely a group effort—no one person can do it alone! We want to take time each month to spotlight all the veggie wranglers who make gleaning possible | Continue Reading
The beginning quarter of 2017 has been exciting in many ways for GleanKY. We’ve set our sights upon expanding our gleaning program, are in the process of adding a new van to our soon-to-be fleet of two, and are partnering with FoodChain to make even more food available to our recipients. For me, though, it’s been exciting for different—if not selfish—reasons.   This year, GleanKY welcomed me on board as | Continue Reading
  UPDATE: Hear our first show back on the air with Stephanie Wooten and Dr. Keiko Tanaka!   After several months of reruns, I’m excited to announce that new episodes of Lexington Food Justice Radio will begin airing Friday mornings at 10 AM on WLXU. If you live in Lexington (especially within New Circle Road), you can tune into the terrestrial broadcast on 93.9 FM – if you live further | Continue Reading