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Help Us Meet Our Fund Raising Goal…

Posted on 22 July 2013 by robertflournoy

Photo: One of my Board Members donated $500...good job.

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Business mogul Donald J. Trump announced today that he and Learning Annex founder Bill Zanker have launched FundAnything.com, a website that gives everyone the opportunity to better their lives and fund their dreams

YOUR DONATIONS COUNT!

Loaves and Fishes X10 is asking to raise $40,000.  By expanding our service area we are needing a new van and vehicle expenses to increase food distribution to more families in need.  We understand there is so much more than can be done, but transportation is limited as well as resources because our current van has over 250,000 miles and doesn’t handle the greater workload.  As an up and coming organization we depend on the support of concerned individuals just like you:)  Your generous donations will go to help feed thousands of people in Southern California.  All donations are tax deductible*.

 

Thank you in advance,

Loaves and Fishes X10, President

Robert Flournoy

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To help us meet our fund rising goal, Please click on the link below to see how you can

be a part of us reaching more families with farm fresh produce.

http://fundanything.com/en/campaigns/farm-2-table

 

Hunger is not only in third world countries it is in our own community; our own backyard.  Loaves and Fishes X10 is dedicated to helping to put an end to this hunger that touches so many families.  Every effort goes to supporting the needs within our communities to make a difference whenever we can. No child should ever go hungry. – See more at:

 

DID YOU KNOW?

 

Orange County has the 3rd highest population in the state of California at approx. 3,055, 745 residents*. *(Source: US Census Bureau Release Date: April 2012)

30.4% of Orange County Households are unable to meet their basic needs, 90.9% of these households are         working families.

1 in 8 Orange County residents face food insecurity, including

1 in 5 children.

Enrollment in Food Stamp programs in Orange County increased 37% in

2010, demonstrating the need for affordable and nutritious foods.

391,380, or 13.1%, of Orange County residents face food insecurity.

Of those residents, about 41% are not qualified for SNAP or other governmental

nutrition program.

33.7% (211,000) of low‐income households in Orange County experience

hunger at least once a day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“YOU SAID” President Robert Flournoy’s New Song is now on sale on www.reverbnation.com

Posted on 01 April 2013 by robertflournoy

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Link to the single for purchase… http://www.reverbnation.com/robertflournoy

 

Hello everyone this is the name of  the single made to bless you and also to raise

finances to help support the low income and poor in our community who are struggling

to put food on their tables. All monies raise from the single will go to buy fresh produce

from our local farmers to help support these families and also in return help to sustain

our local farmers. We believe this song will bless you and anyone else you know that may

be going through a trial in their life and need encouragement like the president did when   

he went through his Depression over 13 years ago.  We at L&F x10 like to thank you for your

support of the communities around us. Through your generosity we can make

a bigger impact and touch more lives.

Thank you.

 

 

DID YOU KNOW?

Orange County has the 3rd highest population in the state of California at
approx. 3,055, 745 residents*. *(Source: US Census Bureau Release Date: April 2012)

30.4% of Orange County Households are unable to meet their basic
needs, 90.9% of these households are working families.

1 in 8 Orange County residents face food insecurity, including 1 in 5 children

Enrollment in Food Stamp programs in Orange County increased 37% in 2010, demonstrantig

the need for affordable and nutrious foods.

391,380, or 13.1%, of Orange County residents face food insecurity.
Of those residents, about 41% are not qualified for SNAP or other governmental
nutrition program.

33.7% (211,000) of low‐income households in Orange County experience
hunger at least once a day.

 

Produce we can buy from “The Original Manassero Farms”

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1. Number one’s are considered what all of us will find in your Grocery   

    Markets which are usually pretty and formed to fit what we like.

 

2. Number two’s are not so pretty and they may not look so formed as we would

    like to see them but they are just as edible as the number one’s which is why we

    are able to buy them at such a low price from our Orange County Farmers

 

Strawberries–   (No.1’s)-$8 to $14 per 12lbs Flat

( No.2’s)-$3 to $5 per 12lbs Flat

 

Corn-   (No.1’s)-$14 Dollars for 40 Ears

(No.2’s)-$6 Dollars for 40 Ears

 

Cucumbers Organic-   (No.2’s)-$8 for 25lbs

 

Squash-   (No.1’s)-$10 for 25lbs

(No.2’s)-$5 for 25lbs

 

Cantaloupe-   ( 9 to 12 Count $14 Dollars)

 

Watermelons-  (6 Count $14 Dollars)

 

Green Beans-   (No.1′’)-$24 Dollars for 30 lbs)

( No.2’s)-$10 Dollars for 30 lbs)

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