We enable you to eliminate hunger and malnutrition in your own community.
AmpleHarvest.org connects 40+ million Americans with excess food in their garden and local food pantries.
Garden by garden, home & community gardeners and other growers are fighting hunger and malnutrition in America.
Our core mission: No Food Left Behind.
AmpleHarvest.org envisions an America where millions of gardeners eliminate malnutrition and hunger in their own community.
AmpleHarvest.org, moving information instead of food to diminish hunger and malnutrition in America, is educating, encouraging and empowering growers to share their excess harvest with the needy in their community instead of letting it rot in the garden.
Our “No Food Left Behind” goal is a healthier and by extension, wealthier America.
Although there are already 6,677 food pantries across all 50 states already registered on AmpleHarvest.org, the key to the continued success of the AmpleHarvest.org Campaign is increasing the public awareness of the effort.
As more pantries AND gardeners learn about it, more food will find its way from backyard gardens to the kitchens of those who need it most.
And you can help.
Tell your friends and family about AmpleHarvest.org
If your house of worship, town hall, community building, etc. houses a food pantry, inform the pantry manager about AmpleHarvest.org by giving them this food pantry-food bank flier.
If someone you know gardens or belong to a garden club or community garden, give them this gardener flier.
You can print out this garden shop flier, take it to your local
lawn and garden section of your local Home Depot/Lowes/Sears/Wal-Mart, etc.
and ask them to post it by their cashier or in another conspicuous location. You might also want to post a copy on the public bulletin board at your local
house of worship
health club/recreation facility
Put a link from your web site to www.AmpleHarvest.org. Several graphics are available for your use:
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For general questions or comments about the AmpleHarvest.org campaign