Below you may download Rolling Harvest Food Rescue’s director annual reports.
Thanks a bushel!
We are grateful and honored to be recognized this week by fellow hunger-relief organizations in the region for our work bringing fresh, healthy locally-grown food to our neighbors in need.
Rolling Harvest Founder and Executive Director Cathy Snyder (middle) with (left to right) Advisory Board Member Jack Santry and Program and Development Director Jamie McKnight
Rolling Harvest Food Rescue is so honored to be the recipient of United Way of Bucks County’s United in Health and Wellness Impact Award for our work bringing fresh, healthy locally-grown food to our neighbors in need.
A News Report broadcast by ABC’s Channel 6 Actions News
November 10, 2015
BUCKS COUNTY (WPVI)– Every year, 6ABC partners in the region’s largest food drive. The need this holiday season is as great as ever, with 1 in 6 people at risk of going hungry.
Volunteers harvest, clean, pack and transport fresh produce that might otherwise go to waste, and gives it to needy families.
By Gwen Shrift, The Intelligencer, July 16, 2016
Thousands of scallions rooted in Bucks County soil very nearly got plowed under this week before ever seeing the inside of a salad bowl.
Rolling Harvest Food Rescue, a local hunger-relief nonprofit organization based in Bucks County that works with farmers to share donated surplus fruits, vegetables and organic meats with food pantries, is honored to announce the donation of a brand new 2016 Chevy Silverado pickup truck made possible through the generosity of the Philadelphia-based Rollins Family Foundation.