Meals Served Since February 1, 2020

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Cultivate Food Rescue

Through strategic partnerships, Cultivate Food Rescue will be a leader in food rescue, procurement, redistribution and education to meet the nutritional needs of communities.
Cultivate Food Rescue
Cultivate Food Rescue
We have had some fabulous corporate groups in to volunteer! Thank you to Holladay Properties and Discount Tire Rack for your dedication and support!

Volunteering with coworkers is a great way to build morale and give back to the community. To learn more about corporate volunteer opportunities, call today at 877-725-2016!
Cultivate Food Rescue
Cultivate Food Rescue
April Food Stats are here! Thank you to all of our food donors and partners! #foodrescue
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Cultivate Food Rescue
Cultivate Food Rescue
Thank you to @FirstFederalSavingsBank for hosting Cultivate's own Todd Zeltwanger on your radio show! We truly appreciate your support!
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Todd Zeltwanger, Director of Fund Development for Cultivate Food Rescue, was our guest on the May 13, 2022 episode of the First Federal Radio Show.Intro: (0:...
Cultivate Food Rescue
Cultivate Food Rescue
It was a wild and amazing day when Saint Pius X Granger brought 60 third graders to Cultivate this week! They toured our facility (the freezer was their favorite!) and volunteered to package over 700 meals for hungry kids! Thank you to the teachers and parents for showing them the importance of giving back. And thanks to the kids; you rocked it!
Cultivate Food Rescue
Cultivate Food Rescue
The National Association of Letter Carriers is doing their #stampouthunger collection this Saturday. Don't forget to put your non-perishable items out to support the Food Bank of Northern Indiana! https://youtu.be/dhfHDGkdUsQ
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Join the National Association of Letter Carriers on Saturday, May 14 for the 30th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.Learn more: nalc.org/food-drive
Cultivate Food Rescue
Cultivate Food Rescue
As the weather warms up, we want to remind all of our volunteers that, because of food safety regulations, you must wear pants and close toed shoes to volunteer with us. Help us keep you and the food safe! THANK YOU!