The Abundant Harvest, a non-profit kitchen and food pantry, is distributing 2,000 pounds of food daily to families affected by the pandemic and who are currently suffering from food shortage. Volunteers and staff at The Abundant Harvest will also be cooking 300 meals daily for those in need.
“We’re called at this time to be the hands and feet of God and to respond in times of crisis,” said Jeremy Hall, Executive Director. “We are grateful to serve and encouraged by local support.”
If you need assistance, please reach out by going to HarvestKitchen.org.
The Abundant Harvest is a non-profit kitchen and food pantry serving food-insecure neighbors in Montgomery County. Saint Isidore Episcopal Church launched The Abundant Harvest Food Truck in 2017 and opened The Abundant Harvest Kitchen in March 2020.
Photo Cutline: Dedicated volunteers and staff at The Abundant Harvest Kitchen now distributing 2,000 pounds and cooking 300 meals daily to those in need.