Homestead Gardens And Food Link To Kick Off Harvest Festival Season

| August 20, 2013
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29383_Flyer_PROOFFood Link, Inc. is one of the largest hunger and emergency relief organizations in Anne Arundel County providing a safety net for people in need. Without delay or judgment, Food Link responds to those facing a crisis and offers immediate assistance and other resources to help.

The Harvest Bash, benefiting Food Link, Inc., will be held from 7pm-10pm, on Saturday, September 21st, 2013, at Homestead Gardens in Davidsonville, MD.  The funds raised from The Harvest Bash will ensure the integrity of the Food Link network of programs, currently serving over 40,000 individuals in need each month in Anne Arundel County.

According to Cathy Bird, Executive Director of Food Link, Inc., “we are so excited to have Homestead Gardens as a partner this year. It brings us to a whole new level of fundraising and community exposure that we are grateful for. Our mission has always been to alleviate hunger and suffering in our community and to link vital resources to families and individuals struggling with basic daily living essentials – food, baby supplies, eviction prevention, medication and utility cut off. This year’s fundraiser is vital to Food Link’s success.”

Tickets are $50 and include catering by Saucy Salamander, dessert, beer and wine.  Attendees will enjoy music by the band “Fren-z”, a silent auction, photo booth and special discounts will be available at the Homestead Gardens nursery and garden center. Dress is casual.

For ticket information, please contact either Cathy Bird, Executive Director at cathyL430@cs.com, 410.897.3942 or Paula Gordon, Director of Operations, at paulas418@aol.com, 410-897-3941. Tickets may be purchased online at www.foodlinkmaryland.org.

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