Teresa used to take her family once a month to a local church—part of Harvesters’ network—for food assistance.
“That food was such a blessing to my family when I was getting less than $200 a month from my job and food stamps combined,” she said. “Harvesters helped me get back on my feet.”
Sadly, stories like Teresa’s unfold across our community every day.
Forty percent of households turning to Harvesters include at least one adult who is working. Rising food and energy prices make it difficult for working families to make ends meet.
Learn more about Harvesters’ efforts to end hunger and how you can help.