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Total Raised Since 2014

 

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Plenty Inc

 
$22,902.00 contributions
171 donors

Raised: $22902Remaining: $0



Support Plenty!
Please support Plenty!'s ability to help our neighbors in Floyd Country through our GiveBIG Campaign.  Plenty! provides these services and more.

Why Plenty!? 

Plenty! Fresh Food Bank - Open 3 days a week for our neighbors and provides fresh fruit and vegetables from the Plenty! Farm and local growers, along with beans, rice, tuna, peanut butter and other pantry items.

Portable Produce - Delivers over 65 bags of free local produce weekly in season to our neighbors who are either home-bound or lack transportation.

Plenty! Good Community Lunch - Builds community with volunteers cooking homegrown foods served weekly in the summer and monthly in the winter with 35-70 folks attending.

Healthy Snacks - Provides healthy snacks to kindergarten and 1st grade students who don't have snacks from home.

Our Mission 

Nourish community and feed hungry neighbors by growing and sharing food in Floyd County.




A Message from the Founders - We are so amazed and pleased at how Plenty! is growing.  Thanks to so many volunteers and donors our programs are thriving. We are a community of neighbors helping neighbors.


Visit us at www.plentylocal.org to learn how you can get involved.

Chris T donated $200.00
Leona T donated $50.00
Glenda B donated $50.00
Jackie P donated $20.00
Will C donated $10.00
by Anonymous donated $10.00

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Updates and Donors' Comments

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Plenty! is a wonderful organization of neighbors helping neighbors.

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YAY Plenty!

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Plenty! - Thank you for being great neighbors!

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Thanks for the wonderful work you do! Jon and Elise Greene