How Illinois Farm Bureau’s Harvest for All Program Helps the Hungry

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Harvest for All program

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In an effort to help feed the hungry, Illinois Farm Bureau participates in the American Farm Bureau’s Harvest for All program each year, coordinated by members of Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers and Ranchers program across the country.

Celebrating its 16th year in 2017, the community service program accepts monetary and food donations to help feed Americans in need.

In recent years, Illinois has made the most impact among all other states in the program. In 2016, Illinois Farm Bureau raised the most money, totaling $978,000, and tallied the most volunteer hours at 3,292.

Learn more about Harvest for All at fb.org/programs.

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