How You Can Help
Make a financial contribution and keep our trucks on the road
Hidden Harvest depends entirely on private funds to operate. Contributions from individuals, foundations businesses, and churches are needed for Hidden Harvest to continue the mission of ending food waste and hunger in our tri-county community. Hidden Harvest does not receive funding from federal, state or local government sources. Our recipient agencies are not charged for any of the food that is given to them.
Make a financial contribution to our Endowment Fund
A gift to our endowment fund is truly a gift that keeps on giving. Our endowment fund creates a source of income that will insure the stability needed for Hidden Harvest to remain effective for years. Contributing to our endowment is an opportunity for you to make a lasting gift. It also allows you to make Hidden Harvest a part of your personal legacy. If you need further information about how you can make a meaningful contribution to the future of Hidden Harvest please call. We would be happy to meet with you to discuss your contribution. Your gift can be in the form of cash, marketable securities or other assets. You may choose this opportunity as a tool to create your planned giving program to insure Hidden Harvest's successful future.
To donate now, you can either:
- Use the "PayPal Donate" button to the left under the navigation links
- Download and fill out this form and mail it in with your payment
- Fill out and submit the form below, and mail your check to the address below the form
Please Accept My Gift to HIDDEN HARVEST
Thank You for your continued support of our mission to end food waste and help alleviate hunger in our region.
Please make check payable to HIDDEN HARVEST
Mail to: P.O. Box 1982, Saginaw, MI 48605-1982
Volunteer Your Time
Individuals as well as groups are needed and welcomed. Opportunities are available daily to help rescue food, work in the office and help with special events. Volunteers are also invited to organize food drives or help out with other hunger relief organizations, Plant a Row for the Hungry activity or awareness projects in the Bay, Midland and Saginaw area.
Curt Hecht delivers food items to
Salvation Army Soup Kitchen in Bay City.
If you are health department or U.S.D.A. licensed business, call Hidden Harvest right away when you have more food than you can use. Encourage other food service businesses to call Hidden Harvest. With one phone call, you can help Hidden Harvest make sure that no person in our community ever goes to bed hungry again.