Central Florida Families Receiving Help From Farm Share
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As inflation continues, many American families are facing food insecurity issues. Here in Central Florida, Representative Daisy Morales coordinated quite a few events with various organizations in providing free food, fruits, water, and milk for Central Floridian families in need since the early part of the pandemic.
Daisy Morales, a member of the Florida House of Representatives of District 48, was busy with volunteers from Farm Share, distributing free food, water and milk to those in need, on Friday, June 17, 2022, H2 Christian Church, 6220 S. OBT, Suite 509, Orlando, FL 32809, started from 10:00 am, at a first come first served basis for drive-thru only. For those seniors who were not able to make it, Rep. Morales personally delivered some of the food and milk items to their homes.
Farm Share is Florida’s homegrown food bank, founded for and by Floridians. Farm Share has been serving those under food insecurity since 1991 with the simple but innovative idea to recover crops from Florida farmers in order to distribute fresh and nutritious food to Floridians in need. 30 years after its inception Farm Share had fed millions, saved millions of pounds of food from going to waste and are now Florida’s largest independent food bank! If you would like to learn more about Farm Share and/or want to help (either through donation or volunteering your time) or receive help from this organization, please click HERE.
Farm Share has developed strong partnerships with Florida’s farmers to generate a constant supply of fresh fruits and vegetables that are distributed to children, the elderly and individuals throughout Florida, in the video published on March 4, 2022, “Farm Share got its start by working with local Florida farmers to capture underutilized produce“, below:
In the video published on Feb 22, 2021, “Farm Share Volunteers Feed Florida!“, below:
People in Orange County were able to get some relief as free food and supplies were given out on Vineland Road at Live Church, next to Holy Land Experience, Friday, in the video published on April 30, 2021, “State senator, Farm Share distribute food for nearly 500 families in Orlando“, below:
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