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Food for Thought Fundraiser
Food, Inc.


2nd Annual Fundraiser benefitting Food For Thought Community Garden

In partnership with the Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater

Sponsored by Coldwell Banker Premier Team Realty

Join us in learning about the importance local foods and community gardening! Doors open and sampling of delicious local food begins at 5:30. The documentary "Food, Inc." begins at 6:00 pm. The drawing for the raffle will take place after the film.

The documentary, by filmmaker Robert Kenner, uses reports by Fast Food Nation author Eric Schlosser and The Omnivore's Dilemma author Michael Pollan as a springboard to exploring where the food we purchase at the grocery store really comes from, and what it means for the health of future generations. The documentary is rated PG.


Adult tickets are $10. Tickets for children (12 and under) and seniors (55+) are $8. Each ticket counts as one entry into the raffle. Additional raffle tickets may be purchased for $6. Must be present to win.

Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door. Purchase a ticket in advance by contacting BreAnna Branch at 910-374-0018 or the Carolina Civic Center's Box Office from 1-5 pm Monday through Friday.

About Food For Thought Community Garden:

Food For Thought Community Garden has two main goals: to provide free, healthy, fresh produce to those in need in Robeson County, and to educate our community about sustainable gardening, food insecurity, and health. Food For Thought was founded in April of 2013 on a plot located behind Storage Solutions and in May of 2014 we moved to a plot owned by First Baptist Church. The plot is located at 505 N Pine St, at the corner of 6th and Pine. We began by building twenty raised beds through a donation from the Robeson Road Runners, and have added ten beds through last year’s fundraiser. We were also able to build a storage building through last year’s fundraiser. We operate entirely through donations of funds and materials from individuals and organizations in our area and depend on our hardworking volunteers to plant, maintain and harvest our produce.

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