Weis Markets, PA Dairymen’s Association, Feeding Pennsylvania and American Dairy Association North East celebrated World Milk Day and National Dairy Month with the kickoff of the Fill A Glass With Hope® campaign at the company’s Macungie, Pennsylvania, store.
US lettuce grower, Little Leaf Farms, is announcing it will open a new state-of-the-art greenhouse in McAdoo, Pennsylvania, this fall. The brand also presented a $10,000 donation to Feeding Pennsylvania, a local nonprofit that works to secure food and other resources to reduce hunger and food insecurity across the state.
Governor Josh Shapiro Attended the Ceremony on May 31. Little Leaf Farms, the country’s #1 brand of packaged lettuce sustainably grown through controlled environment agriculture (CEA), is announcing it will open a new state-of-the-art greenhouse in McAdoo, Pennsylvania this fall. The brand also presented a $10,000 donation to Feeding Pennsylvania, a local nonprofit that works to secure food and…
State Sen. Judy Schwank wants to double the budget of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System program. Karen Shuey from the Reading Eagle interviews Jay Worrall, CEO of Helping Harvest Fresh Food Bank and Senator Judy Schwank about the Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System.
Studio 814’s Rebecca Petner sits down with Joe Arthur from the Central Pa Food Bank, Erin Haafke, the Community Relations Manager with Feeding Pennsylvania, and Pennsylvania Dairy Princess, Selina Horst to hear about their upcoming Moovin’ for Milk 5K Walk/Run.
Aside from bringing new jobs, the company has donated around 4 million pounds of pork this year. “Even though we had resources to buy food, we couldn’t get the food that we needed,” said Jane Clements-Smith, the executive director of Feeding Pennsylvania.
Adagio Health will host the Adagio Health: Better Health Outcomes Speaker Series featuring Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank President & CEO Lisa Scales alongside Feeding Pennsylvania Executive Director Jane Clements-Smith.
Looking to bridge the gap between the issues related to health and hunger, PA Eats and Feeding Pennsylvania formed a partnership to develop the Nourish PA Series – a resource that utilized their combined missions to develop educational resources to empower pantry clients to make nourishing meals with the food they receive.
The soon-to-be first family helped pack food boxes that will be distributed in Philly and Delaware County
Christina, a single mom of two kids under the age of six, was laid off from her job at a medical practice soon after the coronavirus outbreak started. A month into the lay-off, the Cumberland County resident no longer had any money left in her savings and was still navigating the unemployment process.