Recipes Await Sponsor Adoption!
Become a #Community Harvest Crockpot Recipe Sponsor and take an active role in ending hunger in your community. What could be more rewarding than working together with your friends, classmates, neighbors or colleagues and your community in helping meet the goal of 12,000 meals for area families in need?
2017 Crockpot Recipes
- Barley and Lentil Soup
- Carrot, Sweet Potato and White Bean Soup
- Chicken Taco Soup
- Chicken Tortilla Soup
- Curried Carrot Soup
- Double Corn Chowder - Pierce County Library System
- Italian Tortellini Soup - Believers Fellowship
- Pumped Up Butternut Squash Soup
- Southwest Chicken Soup
- Special 15-Bean Soup
The Chilis & Stews
- Chicken Risotto with Carrots
- Sweet Potato Chili - Gig Harbor Living Local
- Winford Wiley Vegetable Spaghetti Sauce - Resource Dimensions
- Baked Potatoes with Chili and Cheese
- Black Beans and Rice - Charlie Barnes
- Chicken Burrito Bowls - Windermere Real Estate Gig Harbor
- Chicken Enchilada - Kitsap Credit Union
- Chicken Enchilada Quinoa - GGHF Curious By Nature School
- Chicken with Noodles - Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce
- Chicken Parmesan
- Chicken Tikka Masala
- Chili Dogs
- Dutch Green Beans - Peninsula Lutheran
- Gone All Day Casserole
- Peanut Chicken - Harbor History Museum
- Tuna Noodle Casserole - City of Gig Harbor
Here’s how it works
Each Recipe Sponsor adopts one of the winning recipes (above).
Recipes are available on a first-come, first-opportunity basis
As a Recipe Sponsor, you agree to rally your team (e.g., church, business, school, organization, Scout troop, friends, family, neighbors, etc.) to fulfill the canned, boxed and/or dry good ingredient requirements for 425 bags. You can do this in three different ways:
Gather all recipe ingredients (just the canned, boxed or bagged dry ingredients - we'll cover the rest)
Partial actual recipe ingredients with balance as a monetary donation. The average per meal cost is about $12
100% cash donation - $5,000
There are many fun ways to meet your 425 meal goal. How you do it – whether as a team effort at the office, or through a challenge with neighbors and friends – is up to you. And, the sooner you get your group signed up, the more time you’ll have!
Recipe Sponsors will be recognized on the recipe card (logo and brief message) that will go home together with all the ingredients to make the meal. And, we’ll be making call-outs through social media and list sponsors on our website as groups commit to recipes.
The #Community Harvest Convoy will schedule pick-up from your designated location on Oct. 27 or morning of Oct. 28.
On Make A Difference Day itself (Oct. 28), the “#Community Harvest Convoy” will collect and transport the foods gathered by all sponsors to the Greater Gig Harbor Foundation, where the day’s activities will include sorting, counting and packing food up for storage.
Commencing in November 2017, backpacks filled with sponsored recipes will begin their weekly journey to homes of families enrolled in the Food Backpacks 4 Kids program. Food for the Gig Harbor Basket Brigade’s annual distribution will be packaged up by volunteers on Nov. 22 - the day before the holiday - and delivered on Thanksgiving day.
Help end hunger in our community by becoming a Crockpot Recipe sponsor.
Call 253-514-6338 or email us at: email@example.com
Or, download 2017 Community Harvest Recipe Sponsor Form
The Impact: Through the #Community Harvest project, we will be able to provide at least half the food required by Food Backpacks 4 Kids for the remainder of 2017-18 school year. Additionally, #Community Harvest will help to provide recipe and ingredients to supplement and increase the impact of the Basket Brigade.