Frederick County, Maryland – The Ausherman Family Foundation has given a helping hand to Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) by granting them $5,000. This generous gift will enable FHFH to provide more than 10,000 additional servings of meat to people in need through local food banks and feeding programs.
For the past 18 years, the Ausherman Family Foundation has been a strong ally of FHFH, consistently backing their mission. FHFH Executive Director, Josh Wilson, expressed sincere gratitude, saying, “The Ausherman Family Foundation has been a faithful supporter of our mission to fight hunger for almost two decades! Their unwavering generosity shows how deeply they care about the well-being of local people, including children and families in the Frederick area.”
This outstanding partnership showcases the power of working together to make a positive impact on the community, ensuring that nobody in Frederick County goes to bed hungry. With the Ausherman Family Foundation’s ongoing support, FHFH remains determined to help people in need and bring hope to their lives.
The Ausherman Family Foundation, a private foundation established in 2001, is dedicated to envisioning a vibrant community in which committed nonprofit organizations effectively collaborate in a spirit of cooperation to advance superior charitable outcomes in Frederick County. The Foundation’s mission is to empower the passion for change in Frederick County, Maryland.
Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing nutritious meat to those in need through local food banks and feeding programs. Built on the values of compassion and community, FHFH encourages hunters and farmers to share their surplus and combat hunger in their local areas. Committed to ethical hunting and sustainable practices, FHFH ensures that healthy food reaches those who need it most.
For more information about Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry and their mission, please visit www.feedingthehungry.org.