Building strength within a communITy

10th Annual Food for Families Fundraiser Crop

When: 1st Weekend in February each year

This Food for Families Fundraiser Crop is approaching its 10th year with nearly 80-90 scrapbooking "croppers" and a variety of vendors coming together for a weekend of crafting, visiting, and laughter. The event raises funds in support of the Twin Valley Food Pantry through registration fees, raffles, and silent auctions. In its 10th year - this event has raised over $50K.  All proceeds are used by the TVFP to purchase food and supplies in support of our clients in the local community.

Potter Baseball Tour – “Food Drive”

When: July Each Year

The Potter Baseball Tour is a large group of boys that travel with Coach Potter each summer learning the importance of team work, manners, hard work, respect, and making new friends on the road. They visit many towns initiating or joining communities’ projects raising funds through all kinds of activities. We have been privileged to have the team joining up with the Twin Valley Food Pantry and running a food drive alongside with Walmart. Their contributions and understanding of giving back through hard work is an inspiration to us all.  Oh Yes - they do play baseball in each community they visit. The lessons they learn over the summers are for life. Thank you, Coach Potter.

Twin Valley Rotary Club – “Empty Bowl” Fundraiser

When: Early November each year

The Empty Bowls Project, is an international grassroots effort to raise both money and awareness in the fight to end hunger. Participants have an opportunity to buy local artisan handcrafted bowls while nearly twenty restaurants donate soups providing a wonderful meal.  Twin Valley Rotary Club presents this event to support the Twin Valley Food Pantry which feeds and provides food for approximately 150 families in Chester, Berks, and Lancaster Counties. All proceeds support the Twin Valley Food Pantry.