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Letter carriers’ food drive nets 1.4 million pounds
Nearly 1.5 million pounds was placed in the backs of trucks by U.S. Postal Service
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Thank You Chase
Our newest sustainability project is well under way thanks to Chase's generous 40K donation
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Thanks for all the work fellas!
Mother Nature may be confused with the weather but our "Garden Gnomes" are preparing for Summer.
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Thanks to all of our volunteers, donors, and recipient agencies for making TBH a great success
O'Brien's 24rd Annual Charity Golf Classic
If you're looking for a fun day out with your friends or family, one of the best places you can go is the
O'Brien's 24th annual charity golf classic
O'Brien's is hosting a fun-spirited, four-man scramble, golf tournament at
Northdale Golf and Country Club
Sunday, May 18th
. The field is limited to the first 36 paid teams, and the cost is $500 per foursome with all proceeds benefiting Tampa Bay Harvest. Your fee includes a round of golf, golf balls, an O'Brien's golf shirt, beverages, a goody bag and a complimentary award ceremony/buffet at O'Brien's immediately after the tournament.
We are currently seeking hole sponsors. Hole sponsorship is $125 per hole and all proceeds will be benefiting Tampa Bay Harvest. All donations are tax deductible and a great way to promote your business or yourself.
Please email Bernie at
with company Logos or any additional things you would like displayed by May 13th
Download Sponsorship Form
Sustainable Living Project marks one-year anniversary on Earth Day
Sustainable Living Project
kicked off on Earth Day last year, it was little more than a few raised beds of produce growing on the side of West Sligh Avenue.
A year later, the one-acre garden that produces hundreds of pounds of fresh vegetables for the area’s needy, has blossomed in to a hub for gardeners intent on joining the local food movement and serves as an example of what can be done in an urban environment.
“If a guy like me, from Brooklyn, can grow vegetables in the middle of Tampa, anybody can,” said garden founder and former chef Will Carey. He also serves as the executive director for Tampa Bay Harvest, a network of volunteers that helps fill local food pantries.
Aquaponics Brings Fish To Farm To Table In Tampa
Will Carey has spent most of his life feeding people -- first as a chef, later as executive director of Tampa Bay Harvest, an organization that gleans and distributes farm and restaurant food that would otherwise be thrown away.
But these days he's also committed to teaching people to feed themselves, a mission ripe for fruition as the urban farming movement takes root in cities across the nation.
Some work harder than others
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