Always Caring. Always Here.

GANNETT GRANT SUPPORTS NANTICOKE’S HEALING HARVEST FOOD CLOSET

On Tuesday, December 18, On Tuesday, December 18, Thomas M. Donovan, Regional President of the Gannett East Newspaper Group, presented a check to the Nanticoke Health Foundation in the amount of $5000 to support Nanticoke’s Healing Harvest inpatient food closet program. Pictured with Mr. Donovan are Renee’ Morris (left), Executive Director of the Nanticoke Health Foundation, and Sharon Harrington (right), Program Director of the Healing Harvest Food Closet.

Nanticoke’s Healing Harvest inpatient food closet will continue with their goal of standing in the gap for food insecure patients thanks to a Community Action Grant from the Gannett Foundation. On Tuesday, December 18, Thomas M. Donovan, Regional President of the Gannett East Newspaper Group, presented a check to Nanticoke Health Foundation Executive Director, Renee’ Morris, in the amount of $5000.

Patients who are admitted to the hospital are often very sick. If they do not have food when they are discharged home, it makes it difficult for them to continue their recovery process. While many community food assistance programs already exist, it may take a patient who is recovering from a hospital stay a little time to connect to these resources. That’s where the Healing Harvest food closet steps in to help.

For more information about the Healing Harvest Program or for information on how you can support the program, visit www.nanticoke.org/HealingHarvest.

Comments are closed.