harvesting for the hungry

Author Archives:Bekah Worster

Apr 09, 2019 by Bekah Worster
GleanKY is participating in Kentucky Gives Day on May 14! Last year, GleanKY raised over $5,000 in the 24 hour event. We also had a Live Facebook Fundraiser which made the staff play fun games as we reached milestones in our fundraising. It was such fun for the staff to work together to raise money like on air. Did you miss it last year? You can watch it here!   | Continue Reading
Mar 11, 2019 by Bekah Worster
  The picture above is a word cloud consisting of your words, your reasons to give to GleanKY.   This year, I conducted a survey with our donors from 2018. Whether they gave $1 or $1,000, I wanted to hear back from everyone about why they give to GleanKY. The results were beyond amazing. I want to thank everyone for their time and energy in answering my survey. You have | Continue Reading
Feb 12, 2019 by Bekah Worster
  Ahh… February. It was just a year ago I began my adventures with GleanKY. What a wonderful year it has been! I am still so floored by the turnout of supporters during our year end giving campaign. We really rocked Good Giving Challenge. We grew our glean league some. We met new people near and far who believe in what we do.   Now we are closer to our | Continue Reading
    GleanKY is in the Good Giving Challenge again!   When I started this job, everyone involved in the organization told me Good Giving Challenge was a big deal. I knew from previous jobs that it was a great way to support your favorite charities. I knew we would participate again this year. I just didn’t know the magnitude of community support that surrounded GleanKY during the challenge. Last year, | Continue Reading
Oct 10, 2018 by Bekah Worster
  Hello, and nice to meet you! My name is Derris Stanland, and I am the current intern for the Development Director here at GleanKY. I became interested in GleanKY after having learned about them and their mission through volunteer work I have done at one of their partner agencies, God’s Pantry Food Bank in Lexington.     I am currently in my junior year at the University of Kentucky | Continue Reading