We wanted to celebrate our neighbors by creating a community cookbook that features family recipes that will carry on the cooking legacy of those before them.Read More
It's time to turn your beds...winter is coming!Read More
Harvest neighbors provides 3,000 meals!Read More
This year, Harvest homeowners have donated more than 1,220 pounds of food. That equates to more than 1,470 meals! That is something to be proud of because it is literally changing lives.Read More
In September alone, Harvest has donated more than 70lbs of fresh produce from our garden plots to the North Texas Food Bank.Read More
We are proud to say that our "Hello to Summer Bash" collected 763 pounds of food, which translates to 636 meals to the NTFB!Read More
Harvest and its community farm lend itself to be a natural partner with the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB). Our homeowners have given through canned food drives, produce from the community gardens, and cash donations.
In February 2015, Harvest had a total of 95 occupied homes. By the end of 2015, Harvest had a total of 230 occupied homes. We had a very busy year and are proud to say that in 2015 we have donated 2,570 meals! We couldn't have done this without the support of our homeowners.
Take a look at our Year-In-Review and see how you are helping end hunger in the DFW area!
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Friends at Harvest, we are so happy to have you as trusted partners as we work to end hunger in our community. Your community garden efforts are a shining example of how a neighborhood can come together to make a difference in a big way!Read More
By Whitney Strauss, Sr. Manager of Corporate Engagement, North Texas Food Bank
Fruits and vegetables are often the most neglected foods in the general public's diet. They are especially important for those that are food insecure and do not have access to fresh produce. Providing fresh produce shows that one cares about the health of those receiving food. All quality produce is welcome! Great produce to donate are the same types of produce with a decent shelf life (root vegetables, citrus and melons). Additional variety (berries, etc.) are also needed and bring needed nutritional value.