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Donate To Harvest Of Hope

Harvest of Hope would not be possible without the generous support from the community.

If you would like to make a donation you can send in a check made out to HALO, please make sure you write "garden" in the memo section of your check. Checks can be sent to:

HALO

P.O. Box 2227

Salisbury, MD 21802-2227

If you would like to make another kind of contribution, please fill out the form on this page and someone will be in touch.

Thank you for your support!

Donors And Donations

See the list of generous donations that have already been made or pledged.

Harvest Of Hope - In The Beginning . . .

Read about how it all started.

Phase 1 - Breaking Ground

Read about the first steps to improvement, including an overhaul of the lot and groundbreaking ceremony.

Phase 2 - The Building Process

Read about the latest needs and progress on Harvest Of Hope

Harvest Of Hope - An Outreach Of HALO Ministries Video included

Learn about the Harvest of Hope at HALO

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