Loving Spoonful connects people with good food across Kingston & Area. 
Working toward a healthier, more connected community, we provide programs and champion policies affecting food security, poverty, social inclusion, and community health.

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FRESH FOOD DONATIONS

We're now accepting donations of fresh produce from your garden!

Find out details here:

GARDENING SUPPORT

We're connecting people with answers to their questions about growing!

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

We're looking for some helpful hands to join us gardening and/or gleaning!

Check out 'Gleaners/Gardeners' here:

Donate Today

Help make good food available to all in Kingston & Area, and build a sustainable food-secure community!

All donations -- big and small -- are gratefully accepted. 

Please Take our Online Surveys!

Have you attended our Community Harvest Market this year?

Have you volunteered at our Community Harvest Market this year?

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If so, please take a couple of minutes to fill out our market survey.

The information we can glean from our market attendees will allow us to help the market better serve community member's needs in the future!

Find the Market survey here!

Thank you!

If so, please take a couple of minutes to fill out our volunteer survey.

The information we can glean from our volunteers' feedback will allow us to find out how our project is meeting some of its goals.

Find the Volunteer survey here!

Thank you!

Grow A Row Drop Off Locations

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Good Food Organization Badge 2020

" Loving Spoonful's fresh food deliveries are AMAZING! As a service provider for clients who live in poverty, it is wonderful to be able to offer fresh food. We educate our clients on the various types of produce in the stand and help them with meal ideas."

JULIE LANGAN, THE JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY

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