harvesting for the hungry
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    Two Problems, One Solution

    GleanKY helps combat food waste and hunger in Fayette County and throughout Kentucky.
    Learn why gleaning is so important.

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    Start Gleaning Today!

    Gleaning is fun for the whole family! Both potential and current volunteers are encouraged
    to attend an upcoming volunteer orientation to learn more about making a difference with GleanKY.

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    Donate to GleanKY

    To continue the work of GleanKY in 2015, we need your financial support, either through a
    one-time gift or continued support. There are a lot of great ways your dollar can help.

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    Expand Our Horizons

    Want to join a GleanKY chapter in your county? To reach our goal of gleaning all of Kentucky,
    we need your help. Here’s how to engage in your community.

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  • slide1

    Two Problems, One Solution

    GleanKY helps combat food waste and hunger in Fayette County and throughout Kentucky.
    Learn why gleaning is so important.

    Read More
  • slide1

    Start Gleaning Today!

    Gleaning is fun for the whole family! Both potential and current volunteers are encouraged
    to attend an upcoming volunteer orientation to learn more about making a difference with GleanKY.

    Read More
  • slide1

    Donate to GleanKY

    To continue the work of GleanKY in 2015, we need your financial support, either through a
    one-time gift or continued support. There are a lot of great ways your dollar can help.

    Read More
  • slide1

    Expand Our Horizons

    Want to join a GleanKY chapter in your county? To reach our goal of gleaning all of Kentucky,
    we need your help. Here’s how to engage in your community.

    Read More
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Rallying others behind a cause you care about can take some serious persuasion skills — but if these letters are any indication, the fourth grade class at Lemons Mill Elementary School in Scott County is well on its way.   In May, representatives from several local nonprofits visited the fourth graders and gave presentations about their organization’s work.  GleanKY board member Michele Carlisle, also a Scott County resident, discussed how | Continue Reading
The clouds parted and a great time was had by all. This year’s Burgers & Beats fundraiser was a wonderful success filled with sunshine, jazz music, ice cream, and great conversation.   Highlights included: Delicious burgers prepared by Chef Ouita Michel and her crew at Wallace Station. Jazz music from Quintessence, a lovely local band. Heavenly ice cream scooped fresh by Crank & Boom. Games and activities hosted by Greenhouse | Continue Reading
  Samantha Rodarte was a parent at Cardinal Valley Elementary School, advocating for the needs of Cardinal Valley’s children.  Matthew Cole, pastor of Lexington Calvary Church of the Nazarene, was searching for ways for his church to cultivate authentic relationships with the community around them.  Both were deeply concerned by the acute lack of resources available for the surrounding neighborhoods.   “Ours is a neighborhood that sits for the most | Continue Reading