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Oneharvest Food Ministries is currently working with several churches in the area to bring the option of high quality food at drastically reduced prices to the people of Evansville and surrounding areas.
An informational meeting has been scheduled by Oneharvest Indiana Ministry Coordinator, Diana Nuchols. She urges any church or civic organization that would like more information on food distribution to the area and how they might participate, to attend. The meeting will be hosted by First Baptist Church of Evansville.

First Baptist Church-Evansville
320 Cherry Street
Evansville, IN
Monday, January 30, 2012
7:00pm Central Time
Meeting in the basement of the church
diananuchols@oneharvest.com

More info about Oneharvest Food Ministries at: www.oneharvest.comOne Harvest Food Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational, faith based organization that is committed to helping American families. We offer an affordable family meal solution that provides high quality food choices. Our program teaches families the principles of saving money and stewardship without being forced to compromise their quality of life.
By eliminating the middleman and partnering with local non-profit organizations to implement food delivery, One Harvest is able to maintain a low overhead and eliminate the high costs associated with retail grocery chains. Alignment with premium growers, packers and shippers across the U.S. allows us to provide you with the brands you love and food that you will be proud to serve to your family. These savings benefit the consumer and the local non-profit partner organizations by reducing the consumer’s grocery cost up to 50% while raising funds for the non-profit partners.
All of our boxes are pre-packaged in one of our climate controlled warehouses reducing the need for off- site repackaging, which maintains the integrity of our products. The consumer benefits by knowing that they will receive safe, fresh, high quality food while reducing the work load of our local partner volunteers.