The Harold and Kay March Match
A Legacy of Ending Hunger
About Harold and Kay
Harold and Kay grew up with very little. They were born at the start of the Great Depression and saw, firsthand, how hunger adversely affected the lives of their friends and neighbors
They worked hard their whole lives - and years later - began dedicating themselves to ensuring members of the community could eat healthy meals.
That's when Harold and Kay began partnering with Gleaners: Recognizing Gleaners' ability to get food into the hands of struggling individuals meant the possibility of improving countless lives throughout our community.
That was seven years ago.
Fast forward to today, and though Harold and Kay have both passed, their family continues in their promise to double the impact of all donations made during the month of March, up to $100,000.
Much like Harold and Kay dedicated their lives to making sure hungry men, women and families in the community had access to healthy meals, we dedicate every day to delivering on that same promise.
We have expanded and adapted our programming to better reach thousands of seniors still experiencing the hardships of isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
That's why we invite you to support Harold and Kay's legacy, by giving a gift, or participating in our 2021 Spring into Action: Food Fight!
Together, we can honor Harold and Kay, and feed hungry families throughout our community.
Donations will be Matched for the 2021 Spring into Action: Food Fight
Your company or group can join in on a friendly competition against other organizations to raise the most meals.
Participation in this event will be both fun and rewarding, and Gleaners is here to help make it easy! We will provide a Virtual Food Drive link for online donations and eBlasts you can send out to employees.
Because the 2021 Spring into Action: Food Fight is taking place during The Harold & Kay March Match, every dollar donated, up to $100,000, will have double the impact for our hungry neighbors! Get more details by clicking below: