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    Programs that allow groups of consumers to pool their grocery orders and purchase food in bulk at lower than retail prices. Also included are programs that allow people to volunteer a few hours of community service in exchange for discounts on groceries through designated food outlets, and programs that distribute supplemental food to people who meet income guidelines and pay an annual membership fee. Some programs may accept food stamps.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Coatesville Community Food Co-OpDistribute food products to low income people in Chester County who are in emergency situations.ChesterCoatesville Community Food Co-Op - Chester; ExtonCoatesville Community Food Co-Op
    Dreamcatcher FarmDreamcatcher Farm is a subscription CSA. No member is required to work on the farm as a condition of membership, however, the opportunity exists for those seeking to help with a variety of chores and is welcomed and encouraged. A limited number of working shares are available as a mutually agreed upon basis.UnionDreamcatcher FarmDreamcatcher Farm
    Easton Urban FarmProvides opportunity to share in the harvest of the farm by buying a share for $15 per year and working 3 hours each week April through November. Each share produces three meals worth of produce.NorthamptonEaston Area Neighborhood CentersEaston Area Neighborhood Centers
    Gaballi FoodsA cooperative food-buying program offering free memberships that can help clients save 30-70% on their groceries. Host sites can donate as a group to earn free food for their community. Members order food online and it is delivered to host sites at designated dates and times.Gaballi FoodsGaballi Foods
    Mifflin-Juniata Regional Services Corporation - Food CooperativesBasic needs/food programMifflinMifflin-Juniata Regional Services CorporationMifflin-Juniata Regional Services Corporation
    Petra International Ministries - His Food MinistryProvides a plentiful amount of groceries sold at discounted rates.AlleghenyPetra International MinistriesPetra International Ministries
    Share Food Program - Self-Help and Resource Exchange (SHARE)SHARE (Self-Help and Resource Exchange) is a program where people can get a break on their grocery bill by purchasing food at discounted prices in exchange for volunteer time. For each package of food purchased, we simply ask for two (2) hours of some type of "good deed" time, at SHARE, in your community, or even in your own neighborhood. Food packages (worth up to $45) offer meats, fresh fruits and vegetables and grocery items. SHARE buyers purchase the food from growers, brokers and packaging plants. Food is not donated, government surplus, or salvage.PhiladelphiaShare Food Program, Inc. - Philadelphia; Upper North PhialdelphiaShare Food Program
    The Gleaning Project, SCCAPReduce hunger and improve nutrition in Adams and Franklin Counties. We distribute fresh, gleaned fruits and vegetables through a network of hunger - relief and anti - poverty organizations in Adams and Franklin counties. Food pantries, community meals, shelters, senior centers, after - school organizations, weekend backpack programs, and WIC offices amount many others are our partners in preventing hunger, improving nutrition, and strengthening the health of our community overall.AdamsSouth Central Community Action Programs, Adams CountySouth Central Community Action Programs, SCCAP
    The Gleaning Project, SCCAPFree, fresh fruits & vegetables at the SCCAP Produce Stand for any community member struggling to make ends meet. The Gleaning projects collects excess edible food from growers, producers, and gardeners and then distributes the gleaned fruits and vegetables to local agencies (food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters for the homeless, senior centers, etc.)FranklinSouth Central Community Action Programs, Franklin CountySouth Central Community Action Programs, SCCAP

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