(WXYZ) — Forgotten harvest serves our communities’ most vulnerable citizens with food that they gather from local restaurants, grocery stores and farms.
Now they are in need of not only food to distribute but also protective gear for their staff and volunteers so they can carry on in this time of need.
Forgotten harvest is updating their website on a daily basis at www.forgottenharvest.org. Head there to be sure that you’re getting the best information on not only how they are serving the community but also how you can help. A link is on our website etc.
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