With the last of the squash delivered to Second Harvest Heartland, it’s time to “do the numbers”. Here, for your (and my) edification are some stats on the Food Shelf project.
About 10,000 pounds of fresh, organically grown food
991 pounds of sweet corn and 5539 pounds of squash weighed on delivery to the big food banks plus 9 pickup truck loads delivered to the smaller food banks with no specific documentation.
Mark Sloo, Mindy Sloo, Myranda Sloo, Ayva Sloo, Addie Rosenwinkel, Robin Nelson, Eric Nelson, Chuck Lentz, Andy Vaaler, Caroline Vaaler, Luca Gunther, Roger Cuthbertson, Sarah York, Ida York, Ann Iijima, Oscar Brooks, Lauren Brooks, Evra Brooks, Smack Young Walser, Sarah Purdy, Dan Newton, Elizabeth Rowan, Beth Gilleland, Jon Carlson, Denny Carlson, Babs Pilling, Chris Bashor, Amy Shaw, Barb Pratt, David Lee, Familia Calixto, Familia de la Rosa, Familia Jarquin, Familia Martinez, Familia Ramírez, Mike Muelbach, Angie Erdrich, Erinn Liebhard, Miriam Kowarski, Gonne Asser, Clara, Elie, Julia, Nora, Talia, Jordan Fields, David Fields, Trenne Fields, Cynthia Quehl, Mary Jo Quehl, Debra Goodlaxson, Tomas Goodlaxson, Maurine McCort, Nat Case, Gregory Rothweiler, Shirly (?)
19 Financial Supporters (so far)
You can still chip in! The GoFundMe page does not display all the contributors, btw.
7 Food Banks served
Channel One Regional Food Bank (distributes to food banks across southern Minnesota)
Second Harvest Heartland (distributes to food banks in the Twin Cities)
Pillsbury United Communities Food Shelf
Joyce Uptown Food Shelf
Camden Promise Food Bank
Serenity Community Food Shelf
Evangelical Temple Food Bank (no link)
Extra Thanks to
Heidi Coe at Second Harvest Heartland,
Mark at Channel One Regional Food Bank
Laurie at Joyce Uptown Food Bank
Pastor Jeff and the perspicacious Joyce at Camden Promise
Kerry Jo Felder for the Serenity Connection
Ethan Neil and Jovinta at Pillsbury United Communities