America’s Premier Food Rescue and Distribution Ministry
In 2017, more than 37 thousand volunteers gleaned nutritious produce from farmers’ fields and orchards after the harvest. More than 18 million pounds of fresh food was provided to those in need. More …
Truckloads of unmarketable potatoes and other produce, donated by the agricultural community, are delivered to agencies serving the poor … more than 10 million pounds in 2017. More …
Every year, people of all ages take part in our work/study mission trip programs, learning about hunger and poverty, gleaning in fields, and working in food pantries and soup kitchens. More …
Why do you share healthy food?
– SoSA Harvest of Hope Director Rachael Lee tells her story:
#unselfie #endhunger #GivingTuesday
Current Special Programs
Working with Volunteers, Organizations, and Faith Groups Since 1979
SoSA partners with faith groups, secular groups, schools, and individuals, that we might all serve together by feeding the hungry out of the abundance that we are provided.