Harvestor for All Mission
The American Farm Bureau Federation's Young Farmer & Ranchers are working with Feeding America to help feed the millions of Americans who face hunger through the Harvest for All program.
Throughout the year, farmers across the nation will be donating food, funds and people power to create a hunger-free America. And whether the contribution is a bushel - a dollar - or an hour, Farm Bureau and Feeding America, in partnership with Syngenta, will be working together to finish an important job - making sure every American can enjoy the bounty produced on our farms and ranches.
As you work diligently to promote Farm Bureau programs in your county, please consider helping folks who need and appreciate the safe, wholesome food from your county’s farmers and ranchers. By collecting food items, monetary contributions and volunteer hours worked towards the KFB YF&R Harvest for All program you are contributing towards helping end hunger in our country. Thank you for implementing Harvest for All activities in your county.
Counties, click here to enter your Harvest for All volunteer totals.
Russell County - 185 lbs of food, $250 donated, and 4 volunteer hrs at local grocery store collecting donations for the Russell Food Pantry.
Pottawatomie County - $300 donated and 3 volunteer hrs raising money for food pantries in PT County.
Logan County - $150 donated to Ministerial Alliance, God's Food Pantry
Rice County - $300 donated to Rice County Commodities
Sheridan County - 20 lbs of food, $100 donated and 2 volunteer hrs. Donations went to Hoxie Area Ministerial Alliance.
Rooks County - $750 donated to Food 4 Kids, Stockton Food Pantry, Plainville Food Pantry, and Palco Food Pantry.
Phillips County - $100 donated to Phillipsburg Food Pantry
Elk County - $100 donated to Elk County Ministerial Alliance Food Bank
Pratt County - 28 volunteer hours collecting food at local Dillons to donate to Pratt County Food Bank
Franklin County - 30 lbs of food, $105 donated, and 4 volunteer hrs packing food for children during spring break - Communities in Schools organization
Harvey, Sedgwick, & Cowley Counties - $1000 spent buying food and 3 volunteer hrs to distribute to Ronald McDonald houses in Wichita, four Harvey County food pantries, Harvey County safe house and homeless shelter
Anderson County - $300 donated, 25 lbs of food and 5 volunteer hours to East Central KS Economic Opportunity Corporation (ECKAN)
Scott County - 895 items donated and 4 volunteer hrs to local bread basket, Hope's Closet
- 150 pounds of food
- $4,142 funds donated
- 120 volunteer hours
- 915 pounds of food
- $3,269 funds donated
- 668 volunteer hours
- 270 pounds of food
- $3,135 funds donated
- 144 volunteer hours
In 2012 KFB was one of five states to win $500 for the “Most Innovative/Creative” award for helping pack 5 tons of bread at Harvesters in Topeka. The YF&R Committee was awarded at the AFBF YF&R Conference and the money was donated to the Harvesters Food Bank.