Give Where You Live Campaign

100+ Women of Southwest Florida present our Board President and Administrator with a check in support of Collier Harvest

NALC Food Drive

Get Ready! Get Set!

Welcome back to our volunteers from years past at this annual food drive with the National Association of Letter Carriers! We always have a great time sorting food donated by the wonderful Collier County citizens who take their time to join with us to feed our neighbors!

NEW VOLUNTEERS (middle school age and older) are always welcome! Please remember Community Service Hours can be earned during this event!

Here are the details of this year's food drive:

When: May 9, 2015, from 11am to 7pm (We need more volunteers in the late afternoon when the food starts pouring in…PLEASE!)
Where: 4451 Mercantile Avenue in Naples
What To Bring: A Happy Smile, Close-toed Shoes, Cool Clothing
We Provide: Happy Smiles, Beverages, Pizza, Snacks and Live Entertainment

Give Where You Live 30

A HUGE thank you to all the donors who participated in the Give Where You Live 30 Campaign sponsored by the Community Foundation of Collier County and the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation! We will have the opportunity to learn who donated and how much we will receive from the fantastic event on April 21st! Stay tuned, friends!!

The Colony Project

Another huge thank you to Jill Kushner and the The Colony Project! Members at The Colony Golf and Bay Club came together for a second year to raise $34,500 for Collier Harvest under the guidance of Jill Kushner! These donations will go directly toward helping feed the hungry in Bonita Springs! Some of the students in the AVID Program at Bonita Springs Middle School under the guidance of teacher Christie Richardson, presented their experiences when they delivered non-perishable food provided by Collier Harvest to their hungry neighbors. The students' stories were heart-breaking and inspirational! Thanks to Jill Kushner and the Colony Project for the very generous donations! We can do amazing things together!

100 Plus Women Who Care of Southwest Florida

Collier Harvest is so grateful to have been chosen by 100 Plus Women Who Care of Southwest Florida ( as their first beneficiary of 2015! The mission of 100 Plus Women is to have a significant impact on their local community by raising funds in an efficient, stress-free manner with no overhead, and no administrative costs. And did they ever! We have received a grand total of $25,800 including the generous matching of the Richard M Schulze Family Foundation. 100+ thanks to all of you!

Great Dock Canoe Races

On May 9th, Collier Harvest will be the charity of choice at the Great Dock Canoe Races!!!! This is a wonderful opportunity for us. Not only will $5,000 be donated to us, but our mission will be spread during the races, and our logo will be on all their shirts and posters as well as their website. What a great opportunity for us to reach out to our community and create more awareness of the need here!

We would like to thank our donors for their generous contributions this year to Collier Harvest. Our donors include:

Andrew S. Aileen Foundation $25,000
Arthrex $10,000
Fine Mark Bank $5,000
The Colony Project $34,500
100+ Women Who Care of Southwest Florida $25,800
The Great Dock Canoe Races

Their contributions are allowing us to meet the specialized needs of our agencies and develop new programs to help our community even further. Collier Harvest is very blessed. Our ability to help more people continues to grow. None of this could happen without our volunteers. Collier Harvest Foundation is built on YOU!

Our Mission

Our Mission at Collier Harvest Foundation is simple.  We are dedicated to providing healthy and nutritious food to our hungry neighbors across Collier County.  We have committed to being a reliable and trustworthy source of food provisions for over 40 partner agencies supporting thousands of families in our community.

Some History

Since our inception in 1992 Collier Harvest has delivered millions of pounds of food to over 60 local social service agencies that serve the needy citizens of Collier County, Florida. By recovering this unused food and using it to feed the needy, our volunteers have enabled local charities to substantially expand their services by enabling them to allocate a larger portion of their budgets to non-food services.

In addition to food donations, Collier Harvest now accepts monetary donations. Although we keep our administrative costs low and our volunteers use their own personal vehicles and fuel to deliver the donated food, we still require some monetary support to fulfill our mission. Please contact us if you are interesting in making a donation.

Please come join us in our ongoing effort to wipe out hunger in our community. It only takes an hour or two of your time per week, and the rewards are immeasurable.

Weight Log

Our volunteers use this sheet to keep track of their deliveries, including the weight of goods delivered.



Our semi-annual newsletter keeps memebers and non-members aware of our efforts to feed the hungry in Collier County and Southwest Florida.



Our volunteers use our calendar to keep track of pickup and drop off schedules in addition to organization events.