Is your garden plentiful? Manna House loves donations of fresh vegetables

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - If you have a green thumb, we hope you're having a banner year in your garden.  If you have tomatoes and zucchinis aplenty, and you'd like to put them to good use, Manna House loves to receive donations.

Fran Fluhler, Director of Manna House, said the goal is for people to eat healthy and have access to fresh fruits and vegetables.

Tomatoes (Image: Thinkstock)

Tomatoes (Image: Thinkstock)

"If you have excess, come share it. It doesn't matter if it's two squash, a zucchini, a couple of tomatoes, some onions, garlic, whatever it is.  If you can't eat it, bring it and drop it off," said Fluhler.  "It's super simple - just pull around to the back dock -- there's people back there waiting to bring it in and we share it with the community."

Manna House is located at 2110 S. Memorial Parkway, just behind The Rock Family Worship Center.  The phone number is (256) 503-4848.

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