Bountiful Harvest is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization fully operated by a volunteer staff and financially
supported by private contributions and grants. We are an equal opportunity provider.
We distributed 137 10 pound hams and 16 14 pound turkeys with all the fixins to our families for their Christmas dinner..
Friday - 4pm until 6pm - Food Pantry and Clothing Pantry
Saturday - 8am until 11am - Free Hot Breakfast
Saturday - 8am until 12pm - Food Pantry, Clothing Pantry and all other services that we offer
Connected Kidz gives free laptop computers to children who qualify for the free lunch program. We have been targeting 5th graders to get them prepared for high school and their future. Jeff Hauk is the Creator and Acting Director of this program and is doing an awesome job.
Bountiful Harvest is committed to helping the needy of LivingstonCounty with food and clothing.
We work with the local merchants and agenciesto bring restoration to families who are struggling.
Every Friday and Saturday during the month of December we offer our clients the ability to choose Christmas presents for their children. The children can go to a different room and select Christmas presents for their parents. We have a wrapping stations so that all gifts are wrapped and ready for under the tree. This was made possible through local merchants, community donations, schools and Newcomers Club of Livingston County.
Over 150 thanksgiving meals were provided to our clients thanks to the support of the community and volunteers. This includes a 14 pound turkey with all the fixings. Simply Fresh Market supplied organic vegetables, potatoes, etc.
Every Saturday Bountiful Harvest provides a hot breakfast for anyone in need. The breakfast includes scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes or french toast,fruit, oatmeal, bagels, coffee and juice.
Over 2500 families have become clients of the pantry. New families are added weekly due to the difficult times we are currently experiencing. The choice of food includes: frozen meat, dairy products, canned goods and fresh produce when in season. Also available are items such as toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, when available – baby food, diapers, wipers, formula.
The clothing pantry celebrated its 6th anniversary in November of 2016. We have been fortunate to supply clothing for newborn through adult sizes. The second Saturday of every November we have a Winter Coat Give-away (which includes hats, scarfs and gloves). We gave away over 500 coats this November.
Help for those who need information on what help is available to them for specific needs, such as: utilities, gas cards, housing, etc
Twice a month we have a SNAP coordinator available to help clients apply for the Bridge Card.