I don't know if you heard, but I was awarded the Hometown Hunger Hero http://plainfield.patch.com/articles/plainfield-food-pantry-founder-named-hometown-hunger-hero if you agreed with the article please vote for us for the $10,000.
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Each year, golfers from around the Chicagoland area descend on Tamarack Golf Club for a beautiful day of golf and to raise money to help hungry families. Last year, we raised enough funds to provide over 17 tons of food to help our hungry neighbors.
Get your foursome together today before it is too late. Sponsorships are also available! Show the community you care and be a sponsor. Let’s take a swing at ending hunger.
Start Time: 8:00:00 AM
Start Type: Shotgun
Format of Play: Scramble
All the proceeds will go to Green Harvest Food Pantry, a 501 (3) non-profit agency that provides food and support to those in need in Plainfield, Naperville, Aurora, Bolingbrook, Romeoville, Montgomery, Oswego, Yorkville and Plano in Illinois.
By Shannon Antinori March 14, 2013 via Plainfield.Patch
After more than a decade of helping feed Plainfield-area residents in need, Green Harvest Food Pantry founder Jeff Green got a taste of what it’s like to be on the receiving end when his organization won a $1,000 grant.
read the full article at Plainfield.Patch
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