In The Market
Skagit Gleaners rescues products such as produce, baked goods, nonperishable foods, and housewares from retailers, restaurants, local farms, and individuals that otherwise would be discarded and end up in landfills. We also have a growing selection of clothing, shoes, books, and miscellaneous housewares available in our Gratitude Galleria.
"Amazing quantity of donations today from local organic farms…greens, veggies, berries and more! Praise God for His provision and for the cooperative hearts of fellow Gleaners volunteers!"
Traci Gromas - Skagit Valley
Helping families move toward financial freedom by meeting basic food and clothing needs
Skagit Gleaners provides fresh and nutritious food to help working families achieve personal financial and health goals. We do this by rescuing and redistributing surplus fresh food to our members.
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We cater to YOUR needs by picking up 24/7
We are always seeking donations of perishable, outdated, excess, or less than perfect food products; clothing or shoes; or professional skills and networking on our behalf. Currently, our donating partners include farms, grocery stores, restaurants, wholesalers, distributors, bakeries, trucking companies, individuals, non-profits, retailers, and more. We cater to you! --For emergency pickup needed less than 24 hours, please call Morgan at 360-391-3487
Thanks to our grant providers.
We couldn't improve our organization without the generous help of our grant providers. Thank you for all you do.
Skagit Gleaners is an all-volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.
It was started in 1984 to address food waste and hunger. We reclaim products from stores, farmers, and individuals that otherwise would be discarded and end up in landfills. Some products may not be perfect, but they are still nutritious and good for your family’s enjoyment. Membership is open to all who are willing to pay a nominal membership fee and complete volunteer work to support the organization. By volunteering together, we maintain dignity, self-esteem, and provide an alternative to area food banks.