Catching Health blog features Wayside's programs and recipe

Health reporter Diane Atwood featured a favorite healthy comfort food recipe from Wayside Food Programs on her blog. More about Catching Health blog features Wayside's programs and recipe

Feeding the 5000 event to spotlight food waste

The event will serve up a free meal to thousands in Monument Square in Portland on Friday, October 7th from 11-4. Wayside's director, Mary Zwolinski, was interviewed by the Portland Phoenix about the connection between food waste and food insecurity. More about Feeding the 5000 event to spotlight food waste

Joe says... "WAY SIDE"

The Law Offices of Joe Bornstein will feature "WAY SIDE" on Portland's Time and Temperature Building for Hunger Action Month. More about Joe says... "WAY SIDE"

United Way Food Drive sets new record

The United Way of Greater Portland set a new record at their annual United We Can Campaign Kickoff and Food Drive, collecting 13,729 pounds of food which Wayside will distribute to Cumberland County food pantries. More about United Way Food Drive sets new record

West End News profile

The West End News featured the work of Wayside's Food Rescue Program in their September 1st issue. More about West End News profile

Gardeners wanted: Join the Wayside harvest!

Wayside wants to increase access to fresh produce this growing season and you can help. More about Gardeners wanted: Join the Wayside harvest!

2015 Annual Report released

We are happy to release the Wayside Food Programs 2015 Annual Report. In its pages you will learn about Wayside's anti-hunger efforts last year, funding details, and information about where our food comes from and where it goes. More about 2015 Annual Report released

LearningWorks youth pitch in to fight hunger

Wayside’s work is made possible by many volunteers – from many walks of life. We are happy to look at the contributions of LearningWorks youth. We recently spoke with Tim Delahanty, manager of LearningWorks' Alternative Pathways for Youth, about his experience working with LearningWorks students and Wayside. More about LearningWorks youth pitch in to fight hunger

Building harvest connections: Amy Witt

We recently spoke with master gardener Amy Witt, horticulturist with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension (Cumberland County) about her passion for gardening and harvesting for the hungry. More about Building harvest connections: Amy Witt

We are looking for gardeners to contribute to Wayside harvest

As part of our efforts to provide healthy food to people in need, we are seeking harvest donations from area gardeners. We are looking for produce donations from gardens of all size, including home gardens, community gardens and commercial gardens. More about We are looking for gardeners to contribute to Wayside harvest

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