2022 Annual Report

2022 Annual Report

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Goodbye Randy

Goodbye Randy

After six years of service and devotion to our mission, Co-Founder and Director of Operations, Randy Z has decided to move on to the next chapter in his life. Randy’s unwavering dedication and work ethic have been instrumental to Cultivate’s growth and success. His...
July Newsletter

July Newsletter

July 2022 Newsletter Big Changes Are Coming to Cultivate! We’re bursting at the seams and ready for an expansion. Stay tuned in the coming months for additional details! A Note From Our Executive Director One Friday in May, the Board of Directors and many staff...
Meat Hunger

Meat Hunger

by Anne Lurea, WSBT 22 Reporter Wednesday, July 20th 2022 Cultivate Food Rescue will use livestock it purchased at the St. Joseph County Fair to supply tens of thousands of meals to local food banks. The non-profit said it purchased 79 animals but also received 40...
Cleaned Out

Cleaned Out

Cleaned Out All food given away at distribution sites GOSHEN — On Friday, volunteers from Goshen Health partnered with Cultivate Food Rescue to distribute weekend meals for children in need. The distribution sites were located at Shanklin Park at 11 a.m., Roxbury Park...
May Email-Summer Backpack Plans

May Email-Summer Backpack Plans

School’s Out For the Summer, Now What?! Summer Solutions for Hungry Children We often get the question this time of year, “What happens to Cultivate’s backpack program in the summer?”. The end of the school year often brings additional stress...
April Newsletter

April Newsletter

April Newsletter Ketchup with Cultivate Three years ago, Penn High School teacher, Amy Zimmer, had the idea to bring her Exceptional Education students to Cultivate and volunteer. With the goal of learning life skills such as following directions and teamwork, she...