Gallery: Bring The Harvest Home Food Drive


Karla Greenway, the CEO of Interfaith Emergency Services, right, carries donated food items and a bouquet of roses given to her by her husband, Shane Greenway, as she helps unload donated food from cars with Kathy Bryant of the Marion County Commission, Shane Greenway and Wally Wagoner, left to right, during the Bring The Harvest Home food drive on the Ocala Downtown Square in Ocala, Fla. on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. Besides the food donations, Stan Hanson donated $160,000 to the Community Foundation For Ocala and Marion County that was split four ways into $40,000 each and given to His Compassion Food Bank, Brother’s Keeper, the Salvation Army and Interfaith Emergency Services. [Bruce Ackerman/Ocala Gazette] 2021.

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Posted December 3, 2021 | Photos By Bruce Ackerman/Ocala Gazette

Bring The Harvest Home food drive on the Ocala Downtown Square.

This year, the food drive collected a total of 20,976 pounds, more than in 2020.

Besides the food donations, Stan and Martha Hanson donated $160,000 to the Community Foundation For Ocala and Marion County that was split four ways into $40,000 each and given to His Compassion Food Bank, Brother’s Keeper, the Salvation Army and Interfaith Emergency Services.