Monday, June 29, 2020

deliveries from the farm .

This week we are focusing on families near the farm.  There are many struggling, and now with the numbers on the rise, the country is preparing to back into lock down.  

This week they will deliver to 80 families .  they will each get two bags , one with food, and one with cleaning and hygiene supplies .   

Bags are all packed and ready to go.

It is such an incredible blessing to be able to reach out to those in need .   Below is a picture of Nick bringing supplies to his great grandmother.  It turns out that her home was in disrepair from the winter and  and will need a couple days work .  The boys will plan on going out next week to do the repairs. 

 The cabbages are doing great and will be ready to add to the next round of food hampers I think.

 This year, they are going to string up the tomatoes to see if we can keep the tomatoes up off the ground and have less waist .. the down side is that they will dry out quicker and will take more work keeping them watered, but with out the guest house , they may have more time this year .

We sent funds today for Vera and Tanya to do the next round of food drops .  Stay tuned for more updates soon.  If you would like to be a part of blessing a family with groceries, you can use the link on the top right of the blog.  As food prices are going up , it is now costing a few dollars more a family , so it is now $15.25 cdn per food hamper.  

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