Harvesting Hope in Danville to Close

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Updated: 12/12/2013 2:16 pm
Danville food pantry and soup kitchen, Harvesting Hope, on South Fourth Street is closing Dec. 20 due to a lack of funding.

Since opening in 2010, Harvesting Hope has fed more than 1,000 Danville residents and provided food for more than 600 families each week.

They have received one time donations which has helped a lot but what they were really needing is monthly donations.

If you are interested in donating, organizers are asking you to call at 859-583-5156.
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