We want to thank our long-time volunteers Wilma & Russell Thomas, not only do they help to pick up and deliver food for Kentucky Harvest, they have also made a generous donation for operational costs! Thanks Wilma & Russell for keeping our trucks rolling!!!
We also want to thank Calvary Episcopal Church for their generous donation for Kentucky Harvest operational costs! We value our partnership in our combined effort to feed the hungry!
In March, Morgan Foods donated another 35 pallets of beans, broth, & soups to Kentucky Harvest! We distributed area homeless shelters & missions, soup kitchens, families!! We SO appreciate our partnership with Morgan Foods & B&J Trucking that make this possible and continue to support Kentucky Harvest!!
The Kia Stores in East Louisville, on Preston Highway, in Clarksville, and in Elizabethtown are all currently collecting food for Kentucky Harvest!! Even if you aren't looking to buy a car, you can stop by and drop of some canned goods!!
Kentucky Cell Repair, located in Middletown, has invited Kentucky Harvest to participate as one of the charities their customers can choose from to have a portion of the proceeds donated!! Thank you for thinking of Kentucky Harvest!! We appreciate your support!!
Liberty Tax on Westport Rd (next to Walmart) is collecting food donations for Kentucky Harvest! So bring some canned goods when you're getting your taxes done!!
Lowe Elementary School donated 250 pounds of food items.We appreciate their continued support!!
We would like to thank the Kentuckiana All-Breed Dog Show for their donation of 420 canned goods. We appreciate their continued support.
Rescare did a food drive and donated 260 items of food. They also made a monetary donation. Thank you to Rescare.
St. Albert did a fish fry and donated 235 pounds of fish and side items. We appreciate it very much.
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