Community fruit picking at CSUN!

Last Sunday, Food Forward volunteers (and lots of CSUN students 🙂 were able to harvest 2,350lbs of Valencia Oranges from CSUN’s historic orange grove with 100% of the fruit harvested going to feed the hungry! The fruit was donated to SOVA Community Food and Resource Program, a Jewish family service and we sincerely appreciate all of their support in making the harvesting day a success!

A big thanks to Aimee Lastrella for writing a great article in the Daily Sundial about our fruit harvesting at CSUN’s historic orange grove on Sunday 10/3/10 to help feed SoCal’s hungry!

http://sundial.csun.edu/2010/10/csun-community-picks-oranges-to-donate-to-food-pantries-in-the-san-fernando-valley/

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1 thought on “Community fruit picking at CSUN!”

  1. eastlandgrl says:

    interesting, thanks

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