Manna Food Rescue

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Manna Food Project relies entirely on the generosity of our community and its commitment to help those in need. Without the support of area community foundations, human service agencies, service groups, churches, schools, and businesses, Manna would not be able to meet the needs of families struggling to put enough food on their tables.

Community Partners

In order to meet our program and operation expenses, Manna depends on the generosity from the following area organizations:

  • Boyne City Chamber of Commerce
  • Boyne Resorts
  • Charlevoix County Community Foundation
  • Decka Digital
  • Charlevoix Chamber of Commerce
  • Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities
  • Harbor Springs Chamber of Commerce
  • Health Department of Northwest Michigan
  • Human Service Coordinating Body
  • Dave Kring Chevrolet Cadillac
  • Local Food Alliance of Northwest Michigan
  • MSU Extension
  • Petoskey Chamber of Commerce
  • Petoskey-Harbor Springs Community Foundation
  • Rotary Clubs of Petoskey, Charlevoix, and Boyne City

Local Growers

Manna is proud to source fresh, high-quality produce for our pantry clients and partner agencies from a growing list of local farms:

  • Bear Creek Organic Farm (Petoskey)
  • Bill’s Farm Market (Petoskey)
  • Bluestem Farm (East Jordan)
  • Bolt’s Farm (Charlevoix)
  • Coleman Centennial Farm (Kewadin)
  • Coveyou Scenic Farm Market (Petoskey)
  • Dhaseleer Farm (Charlevoix)
  • Fiddlehead Farm (Pellston)
  • Friske Orchards (Ellsworth)
  • Huddleson Farm (Kewadin)
  • Kitchen Farms
  • Mshko’Ode Farm (Brutus)
  • Northbound Farm (Levering)
  • Open Sky Organic Farm (Pellston)
  • Peaceful Valley (Petoskey)
  • Providence Organic Farm (Central Lake)
  • Soul Springs Regenerative Arts (Harbor Springs)
  • Spirit of Walloon Market Garden (Boyne City)
  • UnderToe Farm (Kewadin)
  • Ziimbimijwang Farm

Food Rescue Partners

We are happy to partner with the following businesses and restaurants to “rescue” surplus food in our area:

Become a Food Rescue Partner

If you would like to donate your company’s food and become a Food Rescue Partner, please contact Bob MacKenzie at rmackenzie@mannafoodproject.org or (231) 347-8852. Food Rescue Partners receive a receipt of all donations for tax purposes.