Tallahassee Nurseries has partnered with Second Harvest of the Big Bend food bank for the “Meal for Meal Match Challenge,” and will match up to $5,000 in food bank donations made now through November 12.
Six Meal for Meal Match Challenge entrants will be randomly selected to win one of six nursery gift cards; two winners will win a $500 gift card and four winners will win a $250 gift card. To enter the challenge, visit https://www.tallahasseenurseries.com/secondharvest/.
“We’ve been very happy with our partnership with Second Harvest over the years and are especially proud of the work they’ve done in our area during the COVID-19 pandemic. As we heard on the news about increased food shortages throughout our community, we thought of the organizations helping those in need, like Second Harvest. Plants and food have a symbiotic nature. This is why Second Harvest seemed like a perfect choice to be one of our community partners,” said Joshua Olive, Marketing Director for Tallahassee Nurseries.
“We are honored to partner with Tallahassee Nurseries for this challenge, which has the potential to provide 40,000 meals for families who are struggling to put food on the table. Neighbors helping neighbors is how we will continue moving forward to serve those in need as the holiday season approaches, and this challenge is a perfect opportunity for people to double their giving impact,” said Shari Hubbard, Director of Communications for Second Harvest.
To learn more about Second Harvest, visit www.FightingHunger.org.
About Tallahassee Nurseries
Since 1938 Tallahassee Nurseries has been a vital part of the Tallahassee Community. What started as only five acres of fresh produce has now grown into a fabulous garden experience, complete with a flower/gift shop, garden center, landscape division and greenhouse! Voted Southern Living South’s Best #1 Garden Shop and Best of Tallahassee.
About Second Harvest of the Big Bend
Second Harvest food bank’s mission is to feed the hungry in the Big Bend through a network of partner agencies, and to educate and engage the community in the fight to end hunger. One in five people face hunger in the Big Bend. Fight hunger in your community! Visit www.FightingHunger.org for information.