Neighborhood Food & Donation Drive Benefiting the Harvest House
February 10, 2011
Antares Homes at Hidden Creek
Throughout the remainder of February, drop off donations with Sharon White at the Hidden Creek Model Home at 923 Hidden Lake Dr.
Each person who donates will be entered into a drawing to win various prizes from local businesses including Hidden Creek Golf Course!
Harvest House Most Wanted Items:
Size 4 & 5 diapers
Personal care items (shampoo, body wash, etc.)
Spaghetti & Sauce
Peanut Butter & Jelly
Mac&Cheese & other Boxed Meals
Harvest House was founded 25 years ago with the mission to assist in the alleviation of poverty, disease, pain and suffering by providing the needy with food, clothing, counseling, shelter, and medication.
Harvest House is operated largely by volunteers from many different faiths, working together. As they rub shoulders, they experience the joy of helping those in need, and develop a unity that leads them to respect the faith of others.
Over the years the BMAA Harvest House has evolved from an organization supported by only members of the BMAA to one supported by an entire community. Over 20 churches, along with individual donations, now help support Harvest House in assisting those in need in our community.
In 2008 Harvest House’s food donations averaged 150 families a month, 2009’s average was 250. Clients are eligible to receive money on their clothing assistance gift cards every 90 days. Harvest House provides financial assistance with rent, utilities, antibiotic prescriptions, dental care & gas vouchers. They make sure to equip children for school with school supplies, hair cuts, and immunizations.
Please join your neighbors in helping our community!