Donations of fresh produce will be collected at the rectory garage at St. Teresa just before noon. Thank you for your generosity!
We’ve had a great couple of weeks. I’ve received 145 lbs of donations in that time! And we’ll be accepting donations of your fresh produce until 11:45 this afternoon at the rectory garage at St. Teresa Church. Thank you for your generosity!
Drop your veggies off at the garage behind the rectory at St. Teresa. We’ll be ready to go from 8:00 until around noon. Thank you for your kindness! 30 lbs last week!
We were delighted to receive our first donations last week. Ten pounds of zucchini, green beans and cucumbers were delivered to the Second Harvest Food Bank for distribution to Food Bank customers.
Our station is open at St.Teresa this morning, starting after the 8:00 Mass and closing a little before noon. Thank you for your generosity!
Put on your SCUBA gear and check your gardens! In the event that you have any donations of fresh produce to make, please leave it near the rectory garage at St. Teresa before noon. Thank you for your generosity.
Please leave any donations of fresh produce near the rectory garage at St. Teresa before noon. Thank you for your generosity.
We’re accepting donations this morning at St. Teresa. Please leave your fresh produce near the garage door behind the rectory. Thank you!
Spring has been cold! Not sure how well your gardens are doing, but we’re going to start collecting anyway. The station at St. Teresa will be open this morning starting at 8:00 and closing sometime around noon. Please drop off any fresh produce you might be able to spare. And in the meantime, got some plants in the ground and spread the word about the Little Flower’s Big Harvest.
Best wishes for great gardening in 2013!
Following the arrival of the frost, the Little Flower’s Big Harvest is officially done for 2012. It was a great year, thanks to your generosity: We raised well over 400 lbs in donations of fresh produce … a new record for this ministry. Your gifts brought good cheer and good health to people throughout our region served by the Second Harvest Food Bank for whom fresh fruits and vegetables are often a luxury. Thank you.
Don’t hesitate to contact us between now and the start of the gardening season if you have ideas on how we can improve or expand operations–we’re always looking for new ideas, opportunities and partners. If we don’t hear from you sooner, we’ll be ready to get potatoes in the ground right around St. Partick’s Day!
By the way, even though we take a break for the winter, the Food Bank can still use your support. Click here to learn what’s going on.
God bless you and yours for your kindness. Best wishes for a safe and prosperous winter.
Thanks for your patience last week as our team juggled some out-of-town travel to set up our stations. We brought in about 76 lbs of donations. And we’re open again this morning. Drop off your donations of fresh produce at either of our locations–St. Teresa or St. Bernard–before noon today. Or contact us to arrange a delivery. As always, thank you for your generosity.