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Share the Harvest

         The proceeds from the sale of these professionally matted and framed prints are donated to 

L.I. Cares Harry Chapin Food Bank. 

A few facts you may not be aware of about hunger in our area: 

  • From 2019 to 2020, there has been a 43.1 percent increase in the number of visits to food pantries and other food assistance organizations on Long Island, as a result of COVID-19. 
  •  Over 79,000 children on Long Island face food insecurity.
  • 1 in 4 adults on Long Island face food insecurity.
  • 41% of food insecure people in Suffolk County are not eligible for nutrition assistance programs. Because they are unable to register for such programs like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) more than 63,000 Long Islanders don’t have enough support to put food on the table. 
  While we ten​d to remember the hungry around the holidays and Thanksgiving time, hunger knows no holiday. I feel strongly about this cause. Years ago, I was on the receiving end of the food bank. Now I can make a difference and give back. So whether you are interested in purchasing the artwork or not, please consider donating to L.I. Cares to help our hungry neighbors. Call 631.582.FOOD. 

Share the Harvest

by Ellen Kingston

Giclee Professionally Matted, Framed and 

Ready for Hanging

Finished size (outside frame)  19-1/2" x 23-1/2"

Price $325.00 (excluding NYS sales tax and shipping or delivery charges.)

On view at Hampton Coffee Company, 

272 Main Rd., Aquebogue, NY  631.779.2862

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