Lighthouse Food Farm - Feeding Hungry Americans - 864 - 647 - 2084

 

 

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Lighthouse Food Farm - A NonProfit Organization - Feeding Hungry Americans Fresh Fruits and Vegetables - 864-647-2084

 

Our New Endeavor to Support Our Farm

Honey & Oatmeal Supreme by Backwoods Country Soap

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We make handmade soap to help support our nonprofit farm. We started making handmade soap with the hope that the sales of our soap will support our farm without having to solicit donations. Soap for Hope as we sometimes call it.

We invite you to visit our page for the soap, Backwoods Country Soap, I hope you will share our soap page with your friends and family.

 

Thank you for your most valuable time and attention, Farmer Jim.

 

 

With Your Help... We Can Complete Our Mission of Hope

 

When you donate to Lighthouse Food Farm, you are doing more than helping provide food. You are sending hope and joy to hard working families that are struggling with the difficult decision of whether to pay the bills or pay for groceries. Unfortunately bad things happen to good people. We need your help to give these parents and children a ray of hope.

 

 

Lighthouse Food Farm is Helping Feed Hungry Americans

 

Lighthouse Food Farm has been focused on upper region of South Carolina. Because of the Great need we have expanded our ideals and work across many different communities in America.

 

We grow fresh vegetables and fruits to donate to help feed hungry Americans. All vegetables and fruits are organically grown. We raise a spring crop of the normal spring vegetables and during the winter we grow greens like Turnip Greens, Collards, Curly Mustard and Kale. We donate the fresh vegetables and fruit to soup kitchens, food banks, food shelves and to people that have fallen through the cracks of our system.

 

We are continuing to expand our farms as the need for what we do is expanding as well. We expand our crops in the event of finding a good deal in property to purchase or if someone is willing to donate the use of their land for us to use.

 

Our emphasis and attention has been focused on an outcry of distress in Hunger, due to the excessive layoffs from the Job market.

 

We have dealt with the Elderly, Shut-ins, displaced families, medically Indigent, and those that are working, but having a difficult decision of whether to pay the bills or pay for groceries.

 

Our great focus is toward the specialized needs in surrounding Areas of immediate Hunger that faces so many today. There isn't enough money if just one person in the family is working; children are not eating well with the common family. It takes every penny when you have small babies to exist.

 

Have you ever looked into the eyes of a hungry child and watched them when a small amount of food was put before them? It will make your heart sing with delight to know you have helped that suffering to end.

 

We have looked on these suffering issues for too long. Help us give them Hope.

 

Lighthouse Food Farm wants to give Americans hope where there is no hope.

 

Lighthouse Food Farm is a standalone Christian Agency and is depending upon many Companies and Individuals like you to help with this greatly needed work that serves so many.

 

Thank you in advance for your consideration in this matter to Help End Hunger.

 

 

 

Helping Feed Homeless and Hungry Americans

Giving Hope Where There is No Hope

 

Lighthouse Food Farm wants to do our part to give Hungry American familys hope where there is no hope.

 

Lighthouse Food Farm is a standalone Christian Agency and is depending upon many Companies and Individuals like you to help with this greatly needed work that serves so many.

 

We donate 100% of the all the crops that we grow to Soup Kitchens, elderly, Shut-Ins and to individuals that we learn that need help from the different local authorities, churches and other agencys.

 

We are a Non-Profit Organization, our 501(c)3 Tax-Exempt Status is in Progress. This means your donations and contributions are Tax Deductible Exemptions to the Lighthouse Food Farm with 501(c)3 status pending. Together we can continue to Help Feed Hungry Americans and Homeless Americans. Your generous donations and contributions are greatly appreciated.

 

We have had help from many individuals, small businesses, local Farms, Garden centers, Small and Large Corporations like: Wal-Mart, Lowe's, Home Depot, Park's Seed, Dicksons Tractor, Local Chicken Farms, Wilson's Processing, local grocery stores, and people willing to allow us to borrow their equipment when needed here at the Lighthouse Food Farm. There have been many more individuals that don't live in our area that donated to help us help others in need. This doesn't begin to cover all who have donated time, expertise or monetarily to help the Lighthouse Food Farm. Thank you all for the Help that has made this Lighthouse Food Farm a Great success.

 

 

My Thoughts on Hunger in America

 

Hunger exists not because there isnít enough food to go around, but because many people canít afford the food they need. And even when people in the U.S. canít afford food, they rarely face starvation thanks to food stamps, emergency food programs, school meals, and other resources. But there are many that slip through the cracks of our system that desperately need our help.

 

If you are looking to help others in need, we are one charity of many that really needs your help. We would most graciously appreciate any and all donations you may give to help us continue our food farm. Please read and view all the information below to learn more about what we do to Help Feed Hungry Americans. We have grown over the last five years and hope to continue to advance what we can do to help others. Unfortunately, the need is growing much greater with our economy in a downward spiral.

 

So why should you be concerned? Our nationís needy and ďfood-insecureĒ citizens may get food, but they donít get nutritious or steady amounts of food, which is detrimental to adults' ability to work, children's ability to learn and seniors' ability to stay healthy. And because money stretches the best when itís used to buy packaged, calorie-dense foods, our nation faces obesity and health-related issues. Thatís why itís everybodyís problem, not just a problem for those less fortunate.

 

Learn more about our food program to feed hungry americans with nutritious organic grown fresh fruits and vegetables by continuing to read the information below.

 

 

The Choices of Hunger

 

Did you know that just one meal could stand between a family having a home and being Homeless? Sometimes people have to choose whether to eat or to have a shelter / home. Many families could lose their home if they missed only one paycheck / payday. Working together, our efforts can Help Feed Hungry Americans that are facing these issues.

 

Here is an answer to some of your questions on why I do this. Without going into a long story, my family has been where many Americans are now. Some people graciously gave my family a Helping Hand when we needed it the most, I'm just Paying it Foward!

 

I feel that God has called me to do this because, good people have bad things happening to them. I think that we should all care and help all we can. It could be us in their situation at any time in our lives. We would love to give as many a Helping Hand as possible. I know we appeciated it very much when we got a Helping Hand ourselves from people who cared for my family.

 

Our plans will assure that we can continue Helping Feed Homeless and Hungry Americans!

 

 

Learn about Our Lighthouse Food Farm

Growing Fresh Fruits & Vegetables To Feed Hungry Americans

 

Learn about our New Permaculture Program

 

 

Why We Grow a Winter and Spring Crop

 

We have eighteen (18) acres where we are able grow fruits and vegetables to Help Feed Hungry Americans and Homeless Americans. While taking care of the three acres we have at the main location, I travel to our other 15 acres, to organize the planting to insure that they are producing quality fruits and vegetables.

 

Although hunger receives a lot of attention during the holidays, hunger also affects people every day of the year. In fact, hunger is at it's peak during the summer when free school meals are on hiatus.

 

Hunger has no place in our country or our world. Yet, just this week the number of people in America on food stamps and people having to use the Soup Kitchens has reached an all-time high. Now more than ever, we must commit to addressing this unacceptable issue. Nobody should have to struggle to put food on the table.

 

It is time for all Americans to reevaluate its priorities and take a genuine stance on solving the issue of hunger in the United States. With one in six Americans at risk of hunger, it is unconceivable that our country sends billions of dollars to foreign nations. Let's take the proven scalable solutions put forward by Share Our Strength, Feeding America, and other hunger strategy nonprofits, and fund them to the point where child hunger and hungry Americans in America is a thing of the past.

 

Food banks across the United States reported shortages of food donations for hungry families. As the winter months continue, let us fight with the kind and generous souls who serve our food banks and the hungry everywhere to end our food crisis!

 

You can do more than just give food and money. A helping hand with the effort is needed to operate and manage a food bank. This help is often welcome and greatly appreciated!

 

Help is needed right now! Please volunteer or contribute to your local food bank.

 

Thank you for your consideration in this matter to Help End Hunger.

 

 

Our Goals Beyond the Lighthouse Food Farm are:

 

To encourage city leaders, organizations and individuals to take their abandonded vacant lots all across America and turn them into a productive Food plot to help the Hungry and Homeless Americans.

 

Seeds, plants and fertilzers are needed for each food plot. The amount will vary for each plot according to size of area to be planted.

 

These vacant lots would be cleaned up if needed and soil tested to make sure there is no contamination that would be harmful for growing fruits and vegetables. These community gardens could be worked by local volunteers, local organizations and the homeless. Allowing cities to grow fruits and vegetables to supply their community food banks, etc.

 

Fruits like grapevines, blueberries, muscadines and such are needed to plant where the land can not be plowed. This will allow this type of land to be used so that it will be productive as well.

 

We need to encourage our cities, towns and metropolitan areas to plant fruit trees in parks, playgrounds and ball parks. This would help many people in the area to have some meaningful nutrition that they may not be able to acquire otherwise.

 

While being productive and helping feed the Hungry and Homeless across the United States. This will help beautify our cities, towns and metropolitan areas across the nation as well.

 

We need your Help in making this happen across America, including suggestions, volunteering and donations that would be Greatly Appreciated.

 

 

Donations or Contributions to Lighthouse Food Farm

 

All Donations are appreciated, Great or Small!

 

Thank you for your most valuable time and attention to this cause.

 

All Donations and Contributions will be used within the United States ONLY!

 

Thank you if you have decided to Contribute to the Lighthouse Food Farm.

 

May God Richly Bless You and Yours!

 

If you would like to contact me personally, call Jim Bonham @ 985-640-2790

 

 

 

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Lighthouse Food Farm - Feeding Hungry Americans - 864 - 647 - 2084

 

Here are a few ways we Help Feed Hungry Americans:

 

  • We Grow and Donate Fresh Fruits and Vegetables to Soup Kitchens
  • We Grow and Donate Fresh Fruits and Vegetables to Food Banks / Food Shelves
  • Help People to start Community Gardens across the United States
  • Deliver Fresh Fruits and Vegetables to the elderly and shut-ins
  • Coordinate with other Non-Profit Organizations to Feed Hungry Americans
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