Marion Polk Food Share
Every month, more than 46,000 people – including 15,000 children – will access emergency food through the Marion Polk Food Share partner network. The Marion Polk Food Share is committed to ending hunger in our community. Marion Polk Food Share’s hunger-relief efforts focus on providing emergency food assistance and increasing self-sufficiency for families struggling to make ends meet. Learn more about the many
ways to give to the Marion Polk Food Share.
Salem Harvest is a non-profit organization that connects farmers and backyard growers with volunteer pickers to harvest fruits and vegetables that would otherwise go to waste. Salem Harvest's principal purpose is the distribution of food without charge to children or homeless, unemployed, elderly or low-income individuals. Since 2010 more than two million pounds of fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables have been donated by an army of 2,600 volunteers, making Salem Harvest the largest community harvesting organization in Oregon. Learn more about the ways you can
help Salem Harvest with food rescue.