After the Harvest extends our heartfelt thanks for your support of our 2022 end-of-year campaign. Your generosity has made a meaningful impact on our organization and the communities we serve. We are thrilled to announce that this year’s campaign was the most successful in After the Harvest’s history, raising an incredible $57,683.78 – surpassing our goal of $35,000! This extra funding will allow us to further expand our reach and make an even greater difference in the lives of those in need.

See our latest news in ATH’s January 2023 newsletter!

Check out our latest TV news appearance on Fox4KC

Hear from our donors why they give to After the Harvest

Check out our newest Bucks for Trucks sponsors, and get involved!

Share our mission by donating and sending an e-card to your loved ones

See the record-breaking results of our Share the Abundance campaign 

See the results from our 2022 Giving Tuesday challenge!

See all the ways you can Share the Abundance this holiday season

See all the ways you can help our staff with office projects and more

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With so many ways to give, glean, gather, grow and get involved, we can’t wait to welcome you to After the Harvest. Take your pick.


It doesn’t take much to do a lot. The time is now: Feeding America estimates that 43 million people in the U.S. didn’t have enough food in 2021 (pre-pandemic–35 million). The crisis of food insecurity in our region due to the pandemic is far from over.

One single dollar can provide more than eight pounds of produce. Every dollar supports gleaning and helps us bring in semi-truckloads of fresh produce that might otherwise be thrown away. Give today.


From families and groups, to individuals, organizations and corporations, After the Harvest volunteers of all ages glean, manage events, fundraise and even represent us as Yambassadors. Find out how you can help.


It’s a simple mission, yet our impact is powerful. We fight hunger and improve nutrition with fresh produce that not only fills the belly, but also nourishes the body. All while reducing food waste.