The Mini Farm Project, a local charity committed to addressing food insecurity with a garden project in Loganlea State High School, has launched the “Give a Box” initiative to alleviate hunger in the community.

With the alarming statistic that one in five households is experiencing daily food scarcity and over 1.3 million children went hungry last year, The Mini Farm Project aims to bridge the gap by providing farm-fresh produce to families in need.

Founder of The Mini Farm Project, Nick Steiner, shared his motivation behind the initiative, stating, “I wanted to fill the shortfall of available food and ensure that no family goes hungry. The dire situation has prompted us to take action and make a meaningful impact.”

Through the “Give a Box” initiative, individuals can make a significant difference by contributing a simple $20 donation. Each donated box of farm-fresh produce serves as a lifeline to a family in need, while also helping to fund the organisation’s farm at Loganlea State High School.

“We believe that community support is vital in tackling the hunger crisis. With just a $20 donation, anyone can directly contribute to feeding a family and support our ongoing efforts to provide fresh, nutritious food,” said Nick Steiner.

The Mini Farm Project’s “Give a Box” promotion addresses the immediate need for nourishment in the community.

To participate in this meaningful initiative and make a tangible impact on families’ lives, individuals are encouraged to donate $20 through the following link:

Nick Steiner and The Mini Farm Project encourage everyone to embrace the spirit of giving and join hands in the fight against hunger. All donations are fully tax-deductible, making it easier than ever for the community to support this critical cause.

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