Gleaners depends on relations built over the years with food companies, corporations, small businesses, sports teams, foundations, suppliers, and individual donors to keep food supplies coming and keep costs down.
Their support through special events, food drives, fundraisers, promotions, and individual donations help raise awareness of hunger in our communities. In order to reach our hungry neighbors, Gleaners depends on our partner agencies to deliver the food directly to those in need.
Partners place online orders here.
A list of the more than 600 agencies that serve Gleaners food to their clients.
Learn how your nonprofit organization can work with Gleaners to feed our hungry neighbors.
View the latest Partner Support Newsletter here.
Check here for regularly updated food safety tips.
Complete the mandatory civil rights training here.
Download the latest monthly Exhibit B FormEx.
Download the Partner Agency Agreement form here.
Learn about this innovative model of emergency food distribution.
Mobile pantries help Gleaners get emergency food to underserved areas. Learn more about this program and how to get involved.
Gleaners Livingston Distribution Center houses a client choice pantry, the Shared Harvest Pantry, which provides 1 million pounds of food annually to Livingston County residents.