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Gleaners distributes food to hungry Hoosiers through a network of over 250 partner agencies including: emergency food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters.
For every $1 that Gleaners saves on supplies, we can provide three meals to those in need.
Gleaners, scavengers, reusers, and recyclers as well as dumpster divers, are some of ways people characterize themselves as they describe how they make use of material that consumer capitalism, seeing no profit in it, has left lying around.
For LaDuke, the foray into the bakery trash cans and Trader Joe's backdoor bins was a chance to explore the gleaner subculture of the hippy town of Santa Cruz, CA.
Image: The Gleaners (1857) by Jean-Francois Millet, Musee d'Orsay, Paris.
Ydessa might be seen as a continuation of Varda's last feature, The Gleaners and I (2000), in which she explored the many meanings of gleaning, including its depiction in painting.
The word "gleaning" conjures images of people scouring farms for crops that regular harvesters have left behind, but today's gleaners range much farther afield.
Documentary: ``The Gleaners and I''; runner-up: ``Start-up.
DETROIT -- Rent-A-Center today donated $20,000 to Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan.
Donation drive for Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan will provide over 8,400 meals for families in need this holiday season
Gleaners has been fighting hunger since its inception in 1977 by securing surplus food from farmers, grocery retailers, food distributors and food processors.
The result is a charming, slightly precious bit of socio-cultural documentation called ``The Gleaners and I.