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PARTY

FACT` SHEET

400,

HAR

- Sharing Food to Relieve Hunger -

Mission

Forgotten Harvest is a non-profit prepared
foods program established to collect viable
food from restaurants, caterings and other
health department-approved sources and
deliver to soup kitchens and shelters.

Origin

The Mazon Council of Metropolitan Detroit
founded Forgotten Harvest to address the
problem of hunger on the local level. Forgot-
ten Harvest is now a separate, non-
denominational organization.

Target, Population Forgotten Harvest operates in Oakland Coun-

ty within which 80 feeding agencies are ser-
ving 300,000 meals monthly to 15,000
people.

How It Works

Hours

Those who wish to donate prepared foods,
dairy, produce or baked goods should call
Forgotten Harvest to register as a donor.
Then, whenever food is available for dona-
tion, either regularly, sporadically or on an
emergency basis, Forgotten Harvest will send
its refrigerated van to transport the food to
the feeding agencies which can best utilize it.

Forgotten Harvest strives to meet the com-
munity's response to help those less for-
tunate. Calls are answered promptly seven
days a week.

Call to Action

Forgotten Harvest needs funds! Its 1990
refrigerated van was donated. Its Board of
Directors and Advisory Board is comprised
of concerned and dedicated volunteers. But
operating expenses must be covered. Con-
tributions are necessary!

Tax Status

All donations, including food donations, are
tax deductible as allowed by law.

How To Give

Make checks payable to FORGOTTEN HARVEST
and mail to: Forgotten Harvest

31275 Northwestern Hwy., Ste. 243
Farmington Hills, MI 48018

Next time you feed your face,
think about your heart.

Go easy on your heart and start cutting back on foods
that are high in saturated fat and cholesterol. The
change'II do you good.

American Heart Association

WERE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

P 30 THE

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