Thank you for attending Empty Bowls!

February 22, 2020

 

We would like to thank everyone who came out to support Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan at our 27th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser on February 15. The nearly 500 people who came through our doors purchased 780 donated bowls. The event raised $11,840 for Gleaners, where each dollar provides three meals for someone in need.

Thank you too to dBusiness' Patrick Gloria for dropping by! Check out more of his photos and an article by Grace Turner here.





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