Summer Harvest for Kids: Shining a light on a program that helps year-round

May 16, 2019 11:02 PM

The 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Summer Harvest for Kids campaign is underway.

Part of that effort is shining a light on those who help year-round.


Jay Knaeble volunteers with The Food Group's Fare for All program. Fare for All buys food in bulk and passes the savings on to customers, who save up to 40% off grocery store prices.

The program is volunteer-led. 

"It's such a rewarding thing to be able to provide to your community," Knaeble said. "Maybe you don't have the financial means to give monetary donations. We all can probably find a few hours in our schedules on a monthly basis to provide back in a capacity like this where we're donating our time. We're helping our fellow community members." 

There are 38 Fare for All locations throughout Minnesota. The program is open to all. 

Click here to learn how to use the program or to become a volunteer. 

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