harvesting for the hungry
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    Let's Talk About Hunger

    Join us at your local Starbucks for a free cup of coffee and a conversation about how
    food insecurity is affecting our communities.

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    Be A Grocery-Gleaning Rockstar

    We glean from grocery stores 364 days a year. Find out how you can help with the effort!

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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

    Let's Talk About Hunger

    Join us at your local Starbucks for a free cup of coffee and a conversation about how
    food insecurity is affecting our communities.

    Read More
  • slide1

    Be A Grocery-Gleaning Rockstar

    We glean from grocery stores 364 days a year. Find out how you can help with the effort!

    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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Julie Crum is one of our founding gleaners in Clark County. She helped at the very first gleaning of the Winchester-Clark County Farmers Market in early August 2017 and has been a dedicated gleaner since. She helps deliver gleaned produce to Beacon of Hope Emergency Shelter and the Generations Center in Winchester.   1. When did you start volunteering with GleanKY? I started gleaning in the summer of 2017, when | Continue Reading
Hello, my name is William Torres and I am the new Community Outreach Coordinator VISTA at GleanKY!   I am currently a 4th year Public Health student at U.K. and I have been passionate about alleviating food insecurity since I was a kid. It started with my mother making my brother and me volunteer at the neighborhood soup kitchen. This experience opened my eyes to how hunger issues are prevalent | Continue Reading
Are you curious what gleaning is all about? Come to one of our upcoming volunteer trainings in Lexington to learn more about how you can help prevent food waste and fight hunger in our community. Simply put, gleaning and food redistribution depend on passionate volunteers who are willing to do the dirty work of rescuing food that would otherwise go to waste. It’s not glamorous. It can even smell weird | Continue Reading