Learn about food security in college populations here.
“Any food that may be expired, but is obviously edible, is donated to Manna, Durango’s soup kitchen. Oliver said Natural Grocers supplies Manna with 20 to 100 items every week.” Read the rest of the article here.
The Durango Voice is coming up! Read about it in this Durango Herald Article.
“Escalante Middle School sixth graders put their lessons about what it means to be a good citizen into practice Tuesday at Manna soup kitchen by washing dishes, mixing cookies and bagging lunches.” Read the rest of the article here.
In November, the Neighbors in Need Alliance collected thousands of pounds of gear for locals experiencing homelessness. Read the full article here.
Our chef, Seanan Culloty, was recently featured on Durango TV for how he brings his culinary expertise to Manna. Watch the story here.
“Three food-centric nonprofits – The Garden Project of Southwest Colorado, The Good Food Collective, and Manna soup kitchen – are working this summer to provide fresh produce to more people, including those who are unable to drive to Manna Market.” Learn more about our new produce share program in this Durango Herald article!
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Manna greenhouse will provide job training to clients. Read the full article here.