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Author Archives:Bekah Worster

Hey everyone!   You may have heard of Glean League. If you follow our blog or social media, there have been mentions of our Glean League and asks for people to join. So what is it exactly? Glean League is a monthly donor membership. It is an investment in our mission and trust in our vision. It is one of the best ways to show your support to GleanKY. We | Continue Reading
Join GleanKY on May 22 as we work to raise $5,000 through a LIVE Facebook Fundraiser! The fundraiser will take place from 6:00-8:00 PM. The event will be hosted by Twitch from Z Rock 103.3 and will be produced by BlueFrame Technology of Lexington, KY.   Throughout the evening, GleanKY will provide entertainment and information about their cause. The best part is that you can enjoy the fundraiser and participate | Continue Reading
Apr 18, 2018 by Bekah Worster
Hey Everyone! Spring is FINALLY here! The sun is out, the snow is gone (better be!), and the flowers held on through the cold snaps. This is my first Spring with GleanKY and I am excited to see our peak season begin and see the Rapid Response calls come in. Soon I will be going on my first gleaning trip and will report on that. In the meantime, let’s talk | Continue Reading
Happy Friday, everyone!   Since beginning my work as the Development Director, I have been a busy bee! Even though snow is in the forecast, we are preparing for growing season to begin (also known as our peak season). We have some very exciting things in store for our supporters this year (and next!). One of my focuses has been to make donating easier than ever. Donations come in through | Continue Reading
Feb 13, 2018 by Bekah Worster
Hi everyone! This is my first post as the new Development Director here at GleanKY. I am excited for this challenging, yet rewarding, position. GleanKY has always been on my radar as an organizations to work for. I have always admired the work they have done for the community and the growth they have achieved in their (relatively) short 8 years in the Bluegrass region.   Before working here, I | Continue Reading