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Plant a Row for the Hungry

Donate Your Produce!

Plant an extra row of produce each year and donate your surplus to local food banks, soup kitchens and service organizations to help feed America’s hungry.  The local program is run by WSU Master Gardeners. Plant a Row volunteers in Benton-Franklin Counties donate 25,000 pounds of produce every year.

Hunger in America

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1 in 8 households in the United States experiences hunger or the risk of hunger. Many frequently skip meals or eat too little, sometimes going without food for an entire day. Approximately 33 million people, including 13 million children, have substandard diets or must resort to seeking emergency food because they cannot always afford the food they need. The demand for hunger assistance has increased by 70% in recent years, and research shows that hundreds of hungry children and adults are turned away from food banks each year because of lack of resources.


Donation Sites



Salvation Army

310 N 4th Ave, 509.547.2138, Tues & Thurs 9-11 and 1-4

Riverview 7th Day Adventist

605 Road 36, 509.547.4998, Tuesday 9-12

Golden Age Food Share

504 Oregon St, 509.547.8310, Mon-Thurs 8-12

St Vincent DePaul Food Bank

215 6th Ave, 509.544.9315

Union Gospel Mission

112 2nd Ave, 509.547.2112, Everyday 8-7:30


Tri-cities Food Bank

424 Deshutes Ave, 509.586.0688, Mon-Fri 9:30-11:30

Harvest Outreach

120 Railroad Ave, 509.582.9064, Mon, Tues, Th 9:30-3:30, Wed 4:30-6:30


Tri-Cities Food Bank

321 Wellesian Way, 509.943.2795, Mon-Fri 9-11:30

Benton City

Tri-Cities Food Bank

712 10th St, 509.588.5454, Wed 10:30-12:30 and Th 12-2:30 and 6:00-8:00


Jubilee Ministries Food Bank

1429 Stacy Ave,  509.786.3033, Tues and Th 10-11

Friendship Baptist Church

1801 Patterson Rd,  509.786.2929,  Call for information


7102 W. Okanogan Place, Suite 102, Kennewick, WA 99336

Phone: 509.735.3551   Fax:  509.736.2731