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Fresh Thoughts is the monthly on-line newsletter of Second Harvest

Introducing Our New Website & Video

Our website has a fresh, new look! With generous support from the Nord Family Foundation, we are proud to share our new website—designed to be more user friendly, and to continue to serve as a main platform for sharing information with our community.

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Julie Chase-Morefield Honored as Lorain County Difference Maker

Julie Chase-Morefield Honored as Lorain County Difference Maker

On Friday, February 20th, hundreds gathered to honor Leadership Lorain County’s Difference Makers. Presented to Lorain County leaders that are making a difference in our community, a select group of recipients are chosen each year to receive this honor at the Difference Makers Gala.

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Community Partner Spotlight: Custom Culinary

Community Partner Spotlight: Custom Culinary

Our community partners that help us provide millions of meals each year come in all shapes and sizes. Custom Culinary® is a wholesale food company that provides food to restaurants all over the country. A successful local company, Custom Culinary is also a successful partner to Second Harvest.

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Annual Report: Highlights from FY 2013/14

It has been a whirlwind of excitement and activity over the past year as we have worked tirelessly ARPicon the campaign to bring our Nordson Food Distribution Center to life. In addition to building a new building, we have been busy expanding our programs, building our volunteer base, and working with 110 partner charities to ensure that healthy and fresh food is getting to our neighbors in need.

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A Note From Julie: Where Does the Food Come From?

Answering the Age Old Question: Where Does the Food Come From?

Watermelon June 2013When you are the Executive Director of a food bank, you get a lot of questions from friends, family, and community members. Sometimes people want to know what counties we serve, where the food goes, and generally what we do.  But the question I hear most frequently is:  “Where does all that food come from?”

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