Harvest Sunday


November 17, 2019 8:30 am November 17, 2019 12:15 pm America/Chicago Harvest Sunday

Harvest Sunday is November 17 at Harpeth Hills. We are collecting food donations to benefit several local food banks and organizations. Shopping bags with lists of needed items will be available in the Foyer and Welcome Center on Sunday, November 10. Join us in giving back to the hungry in our community during this time of thanks.   Return bags with donated items on November 17 or shop our wish list on Amazon.com and have items shipped directly to Harpeth Hills. ITEMS NEEDED: Peanut Butter Canned Meat (chicken, tuna, ham, Spam, Vienna sausages) Canned Fruit Pasta Cereal Macaroni and cheese Canned Beef Stew, Chicken and Dumplings, etc. Canned pasta and sauce/meat Pasta sauces and dried pasta Canned Soups Canned beans (pinto, great northern, black-eyed peas, black beans, baked beans, etc.) Canned vegetables (sweet potatoes, pumpkin, greens, green beans, carrot, beets, potatoes, corn, mushrooms, etc.) Potato “flakes” (instant mashed potatoes), rice, and “Stove Top” stuffing, pasta/noodle based side dishes Baking products (mixes for rolls, instant breads that need minimal extra ingredients to cook, cornbread mixes, etc.) Sugar Cooking oil Evaporated milk Jell-O gelatin and puddings (snack cups) Crackers Select beverages: Juice, Kool-Aid, Tea, coffee, juice boxes (for school lunches) Baby diapers (sizes 3-4-5-6) and baby wipes Dish Detergent Laundry Detergent Can Openers Tents Sleeping Bags Socks Reading Glasses HELPFUL GUIDELINES: Please check the expiration date on everything you donate and make sure it is at least one or more years before it expires. Think about a family of 4 – what kinds of healthy food would the children enjoy eating? What kind of food does a Senior citizen living alone or a couple need? Plan ahead! Watch for “buy one get one free” sales at your grocery store for basic foods and used coupons to get more for your donation costs. The largest size may not be best – think about what your family typically buys. What do you consider necessities in your panty? That’s a great place to start as you consider what to donate. Questions? Contact Ayesha Nasmyth.

Harvest Sunday is November 17 at Harpeth Hills. We are collecting food donations to benefit several local food banks and organizations. Shopping bags with lists of needed items will be available in the Foyer and Welcome Center on Sunday, November 10. Join us in giving back to the hungry in our community during this time of thanks.

PRINTABLE FOOD LIST SHOP AMAZON

 

Return bags with donated items on November 17 or shop our wish list on Amazon.com and have items shipped directly to Harpeth Hills.

ITEMS NEEDED:
  • Peanut Butter
  • Canned Meat (chicken, tuna, ham, Spam, Vienna sausages)
  • Canned Fruit
  • Pasta
  • Cereal
  • Macaroni and cheese
  • Canned Beef Stew, Chicken and Dumplings, etc.
  • Canned pasta and sauce/meat
  • Pasta sauces and dried pasta
  • Canned Soups
  • Canned beans (pinto, great northern, black-eyed peas, black beans, baked beans, etc.)
  • Canned vegetables (sweet potatoes, pumpkin, greens, green beans, carrot, beets, potatoes, corn, mushrooms, etc.)
  • Potato “flakes” (instant mashed potatoes), rice, and “Stove Top” stuffing, pasta/noodle based side dishes
  • Baking products (mixes for rolls, instant breads that need minimal extra ingredients to cook, cornbread mixes, etc.)
  • Sugar
  • Cooking oil
  • Evaporated milk
  • Jell-O gelatin and puddings (snack cups)
  • Crackers
  • Select beverages: Juice, Kool-Aid, Tea, coffee, juice boxes (for school lunches)
  • Baby diapers (sizes 3-4-5-6) and baby wipes
  • Dish Detergent
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Can Openers
  • Tents
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Socks
  • Reading Glasses

HELPFUL GUIDELINES:

  • Please check the expiration date on everything you donate and make sure it is at least one or more years before it expires.
  • Think about a family of 4 – what kinds of healthy food would the children enjoy eating? What kind of food does a Senior citizen living alone or a couple need?
  • Plan ahead! Watch for “buy one get one free” sales at your grocery store for basic foods and used coupons to get more for your donation costs.
  • The largest size may not be best – think about what your family typically buys. What do you consider necessities in your panty? That’s a great place to start as you consider what to donate.

Questions? Contact Ayesha Nasmyth.