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Adams County

Many thanks to these organizations and much appreciation to the tireless staff and volunteers that accomplish their efforts.  We only succeed together.

Franklin County

Know somewhere else gleaned produce should be distributed in Franklin or Adams County?

Please let us know via the form below:

Antrim B.I.C. Church Food Pantry
Ben Chambers Elementary backpack program
Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and
Shippensburg
Calvary Bible Church Food Pantry
First United Methodist Church community meal
Fruit Belt Farm Workers Ministry
Greencastle Presbyterian Church Food Pantry
House of Grace
John Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church
King Street Church after school programming
Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12

Maranatha Food Pantry
NETwork Ministries
New Forge Crossing
New Hope Shelter
New Life Worship Center
​​Renee's Village
Salem United Brethren Church Food Pantry
Salvation Army Soup Kitchen
​SCCAP Chambersburg Food Pantry
SCCAP Circles of Franklin County
SCCAP Chambersburg Homeless Shelter
SCCAP Work-Ready Program
Shippensburg Produce Outreach
Spirit of Christ Community Church Food Pantry
St. Paul Lutheran Church Food Pantry
St. Seraphim Center
St. Thomas Elementary backpack program
St. Vincent De Paul Society at Corpus Christi
St. Thomas United Methodist Church Food Pantry

“The Lunch Place” at Christ United Methodist Church
The Tower at Falling Springs
Trinity Episcopal Church community meal
Waynesboro Community and Human Services
WIC - Chambersburg
WIC - Waynesboro

Community Partners

We distribute fresh, gleaned fruits and vegetables through a network of hunger-relief and anti-poverty organizations in Franklin and Adams Counties.



Food pantries, community

meals, shelters, senior centers, after-school organizations, 

weekend backpack programs, and WIC offices - among many others - are our partners in preventing hunger, improving nutrition, and strengthening the health of our community overall.

Where Does Gleaned Food Go?

A SCCAP Community Solution

The Gleaning Project’s mission is - first and foremost - to connect our community.  That’s the only way that we then make the most of the valuable untapped resource that gleaning represents.  We wouldn't - couldn't - do anything without the teamwork of our community partners.  We can’t - won’t - significantly reduce hunger or improve nutrition in our community if we don’t work together.

In 2014, 54 community partners delivered over 175,000 pounds of produce to 12,000 community members in need.


In 2015, 70 community partners delivered over 200,000 pounds of produce to 23,000 community members in need. 


In 2016, 82 community partners delivered over 315,000 pounds of produce to 26,000 community members in need.