COVID 19 UPDATE
As a designated essential nonprofit organization, Palm Beach Harvest continues to operate in Palm Beach, Broward, Dade, Martin, and St Lucie counties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a non-COVID-19 world, Palm Beach Harvest partners with local grocery stores, hotels, restaurants, and farms. In order to meet the additional challenges of COVID-19, Palm Beach Harvest has partnered with Farm Share, Feeding America, and Feeding the Hungry in order to continue to provide more than 85 nonprofit groups including senior centers, houses of worship, soup kitchens and homeless shelters with food for the hungry and food insecure.
New services to meet the COVID-19 challenge include providing nutritious meals to distribute to senior centers and lower income families, as well as providing personal care and hygiene products.
Palm Beach Harvest will continue to meet the need to feed in Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Broward, and Dade Counties during this time of crisis.
For the most up-to-date, please follow Palm Beach Harvest on Facebook or check our website. To speak to someone directly, please call (561) 310-6641.
Please follow all recommended precautions and stay safe!
MEET THE NEED TO FEED
Palm Beach Harvest has been meeting the need to feed in our community for 22 years.
As the number one provider of rescued food in Palm Beach County, food banks, churches, and other nonprofits rely on the millions of pounds of food donations we rescue each year in order to feed the hungry in Palm Beach County.
Palm Beach Harvest provides food 365 days a year to thousands of hungry children and adults who would otherwise go without eating on a daily basis.
Up to 150 volunteers collect surplus donated food from grocery stores, hotels, restaurants, and farms. This food is then transported to over 85 nonprofit groups including senior centers, churches, soup kitchens, and homeless shelters.