Bounty & Soul is serving about 600 individuals per week with over 6,000 pounds of fresh produce.
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Local growers New Sprout, Barefoot Farms, and Rise Up Rooted donate large amounts of produce and welcome our volunteers to glean their fresh produce for markets.
“.. I never knew how to grow it or cook it myself until I was taught through Bounty & Soul. Now I’m cooking …!” -Barbara, Flat Creek, NC
36% of our participants are under the age of 18. Bennett is just one child that absolutely loves visiting the big green truck!

 

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We are inspired daily by the hard work and passion of our volunteers.
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“My family has never eaten so well thanks to the Bounty & Soul market” Anne, working single mother of 4

A non-profit organization creating healthier communities by providing fresh healthy food, nutrition literacy and health & wellness resources for our neighbors in need. We are committed to developing a cooperative model that can be used in communities across the country where food insecurity and malnutrition are present.

nourish

We provide free fresh fruits, vegetables and other healthy foods at our markets.

inspire

We empower and support our participants to live  healthy, happy, fulfilling lives.

teach

We offer fun and interactive health & wellness classes and cooking demonstrations.

connect

We build supportive communities centered in a common bond of love and respect.

469,473

Pounds of goodness distributed

57,242

Happy participants

300

Workshops held

14,500

Volunteer hours served

Save the Date!

Bounty & Soul is having a fundraiser at Pisgah
Brewing Company on Saturday June 18th from 3-
7pm and a benefit concert from 8-11pm. Mark
your calendars!

Join us for Dig Days!

Come join us at any three locations to collect
your soil, seeds, starts, and containers at no
cost! Look at our schedule under the Programs
tab.

 

Cookbook Project Pilot Program in Action!

We launched a new program at Buncombe
county Early College to provide students
nutrition literacy and cooking skills!

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