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Kind Harvest an inspiring evening

MFB Indiana's Kind Harvest, an outdoor farm-to-table-meal in the heart of Indianapolis was an inspiring evening. It was Monument Circle's first-ever sit-down, plated dinner. The meal was delicious, thanks to event coordinator Hali Mynatt, Chef Anthony Puma, and the catering team at Lucas Estate. 

this event could not have happened without the support of many generous sponsors. Main sponsors Kroger and Fox 59 led a huge team of supporting businesses and individuals (listed below).

Nearly $80,000 was raised to help Hoosiers struggling with food insecurity. With Midwest Food Bank's dollar cost leveraging, that is the equivalent of $2.8 million worth of food for those who need it most.

If you weren't able to join us, click here to sign up for our newsletter so you won't miss next year's event. Video and photos of the evening are below.

This is the video that was shared with the Kind Harvest guests:


Thank you Kind Harvest volunteers, donors, and sponsors:

 

Videos courtesy Bill Crawford, Harbor Pictures Company 

Thank you to the many sponsors who made this evening possible:

CLEAResult, Cooper Farms, Corteva Agriscience, The Creek, Crosspoint Power and Refrigeration, Eastern Star Church, The Flatland, Fox 59 News, Grace Church, Heartland Growers, Impact Center, Indiana Motor Truck Association, Indianapolis Fop Lodge 86, Markey's Rental & Staging, Moody Radio Indiana, Northview Church, Ronald Blue & Co. CPAs and Consultants, Steven Richard Smith MD, Strada Education Network, Sysco Indianapolis LLC, Venture Logostics

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Thursday, 05 December 2019