Harvesters dedications: Stories
12/24/2012 2:59 PM
05/16/2014 8:37 PM
In memory of the Sandy Hook fallen a contribution was made to reduce child hunger in Kansas City. - Charles Little
In Honor of the Sandy Hook Victims and the #26Acts of Kindness Movement. – Taylor Pruitt
Spencer Gower (my nephew) chose Harvesters as our family's Christmas Charity. My niece (Kristen Smith) is a social worker in the NKC School District and is involved with your Backpack Program. Thanks for all you are doing! - Jack and Kathy Rife
To those who work tirelessly to feed KC’s hungry children. – UMKC Administrative Center Staff
In honor of all of our grandchildren, who, thank God, do not want for foodwe hope our gift will hope children this year. – Carol and Ray Rubsam
To my parents, Edward and Jean Waterman, who have always helped children everywherein memory of the children of Sandy Hook elementary -- From your son, Alan Waterman
One BackSnack is dedicated to the kids at Sandy Hook Elementary School. We will always remember you and want to help other kids remember too -- From: Casey Main, age 12; Jackson Main, age 11; Sawyer Waterman, age 11; Max Waterman, age 5
As we are so blessed, I am again donating in honor of the Physicians & Surgeons in the Children's Mercy Orthopedic Division, to help ease childhood hunger. – Dr. Dale Jarka
In memory of the children of Sandy Hook elementary schoolwith love, The Bridge Club
We would like our donation to go to the memory of our daughter Julie Neubecker Anthony who died December 7, 2006 of bacterial meningitis.
Our family wanted to help provide Backsnacks for children in our community in memory of our family members who cannot be with us this holiday season. All our love, The Dale's, Treadwell's, and Dickerson's
This donation is in honor of my mother Marlene Rodman. She is a very special woman who has always made sure there was food our table. Love, Carol George
I would like to dedicate my gift in memory of my grandmother, Atta Carlson, who was the head cook at a rural school during the 1960's -1980's. She ensured all students had lunch even if they were unable to afford one. She also shared her cooking skills with me during my summers in her farm home. With love, Denise Talley.
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