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HUNTERS SHARING THE HARVEST

SERVING LAWRENCE COUNTY, THE SHENANGO VALLEY, GREENVILLE / NORTHERN MERCER COUNTY, AND GROVE CITY

AMOUNT DONATED: $250

Hunters Sharing the Harvest (HSH) is Pennsylvania’s nationally emulated venison donation program – headquartered in Greenville, Mercer County. Since 1991, HSH has distributed more than 2.5 million pounds of lean, protein-rich venison from generous Pennsylvania deer hunters to the food insecure via a network of participating deer processors, volunteer coordinators and hunger relief agencies. Our mission hinges on the fact that HSH pays for the processing of donated deer so the hunter doesn’t have to. This is where the support from PA-OH Giving Week donors is so very crucial! We now have three (3) participating processors in Mercer County and three (3) in Lawrence County. Our participating processors package donated ground venison and distribute it to local food relief organizations. Here in Mercer and Lawrence Counties, those agencies include Mercer County Food Bank, The Good Shepherd Center, Table of Grace, NOW Project/Jubilee Ministries, Network of Hope Food Bank and Holy Spirit Parish of Lawrence County, among others.

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Giving Week Progress:

FUNDRAISING GOAL: $5,000

  Programs Supported by Your Donations  

Our venison distribution efforts directly assist food insecure families and individuals right here in your local Mercer and Lawrence County communities. The deer are donated here by local hunters, processed by local butchers, and sent to local food assistance agencies. While we are a statewide nonprofit, your support during PA-OH Giving Week ensures local processing costs are being covered.

  Needs that Cannot beMet without Your Help  

Our mission is entirely dependent on the financial support of donors like YOU! Without this critical support, our novel operational model fails, and we cannot continue to pay for the processing of hunter-donated venison. There is no other food assistance organization like HSH in Pennsylvania. Recipients of donated venison are so appreciative of this very rare protein source.

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