The U.S. economy is recovering and job growth continues, but thousands of southeast Michigan households still don't earn enough to meet basic needs, and many others need assistance due to unforeseen financial crises.
In this video, Gerry Brisson, Gleaners Community Food Bank President and Kirk Mayes, Forgotten Harvest CEO discuss the need for community partnerships in hunger relief.
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The 11th annual Detroit Uncorked is returning to delight the Greater Detroit community from 6-9 p.m. at Gleaners Community Food Bank.
This year’s event will benefit Gleaners and feature more than 250 world class wines, Michigan handcrafted beers and premium spirits, delectable food pairings, live entertainment and exciting silent auction items.
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Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber & Gleaners present the 12th Annual Vine & Dine - Sip, Savor & Stroll at Cranbrook Institute of Science.
Featuring bites from 15+ local restaurants like Big Rock Chophouse, Cameron’s Steakhouse, Streetside Seafood & more. Sips from Granite City Food & Brewery, Hills Fine Wine and Spirits, Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council & more. Proceeds benefit Gleaners.
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Thanks to Freedom Hill, Gleaners is able to offer its supporters tickets to some fabulous shows this summer! Tickets to selected concerts are $10, no service charge, and include free parking. Proceeds go to Gleaners’ mission to feed hungry people.
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Join the fun at Gowanie Golf Club in Harrison Township with 18 holes of golf, cocktails, dinner, and a raffle that includes two Apple watches or Apple TVs! A portion of event proceeds will benefit Gleaners.
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When volunteers come to our Livingston Shared Harvest pantry, they meet Delores Watters, our Livingston Volunteer Coordinator. She works with over 140 volunteers and numerous groups weekly to rotate shifts within our pantry.
Susie Fenster is an active community member with a love for healthy cooking, nutrition and fitness.
“It’s been a great learning experience that’s allowed me to merge my business and marketing background with my interests in community involvement, healthy eating, and supporting local farmers,” she shared.
During the month of February, MGM Grand Detroit’s team members participated in their 3rd annual “At the Heart of Hunger” food drive to help feed hungry men, women and children in southeast Michigan.
St. Joseph Family Support in Troy helps families move from crisis to stability. "Most people just need a little help for a little while and that's why we're here.
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