TUALATIN VALLEY GLEANERS

  A Supplemental Food Resource 

 

THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN and WHY!

Tualatin Valley Gleaners is a supplemental food program serving the greater Washington County Area. We are open on Saturdays at the Beaverton Resource Center, and would like to help those families and individuals in need of food. Every week we strive to provide fresh produce, breads, and dairy items, as well as the dry and canned staples to help food dollars stretch. We are a member-based program where families/individuals volunteer every month as well as pay $15.00 per month for approximately 75 - 100lbs of food each week. Yes, that is every week! There are a limited number of scholarships available, and we never turn away people for a lack of payment. We will work with each individual client, trying to meet his or her personal financial needs. We ask that each family bring their own bags for food, and a small-insulated cooler bag, or cooler for the perishables.

Please feel free to contact us to learn more about our program. To Donate Food or Money please contact the numbers below to make arrangements or visit our website to donate through pay pal.

12500 SW Allen Blvd. Beaverton, Oregon 97005
The Tualatin Valley Gleaners maintains a 4,000 sq.ft. garden within the Kennedy Community Garden. The garden provides fresh foods as well as an educational volunteer setting for community members of all ages. TVG volunteers work with other community members through the wonderful efforts of Hands on Greater Portland 
If you are interested in signing up and volunteering at this wonderful level of community support please click on the link above through Hands on Greater Portland and we will see you in the Giving Garden!           
       Please also follow our garden blog @
The Garden Blog.
103rd and Kennedy Street Beaverton, Oregon 97005

The Tualatin Valley Gleaners operates a special program called FARM2FOREST, where TVG educates and encourages families to of self sufficiency through nature. Local author Donna Johnson in collaboration with the TVG, wrote a foraging guide and cookbook, to promote and change lives of those living in the Northwest American area. You can find a copy of this book, or e-book on sale through Amazon, and Donna Johnson has pledged some of the proceeds to help the TVG, in their fight to end hunger.

 Eat Wild, Eat Healthy, Eat Green