Thursday's rain didn't stop more than 100 volunteers from picking potatoes at a local farm that will help feed families across the state. First Fruits Farm in northern Baltimore County started as a backyard garden. Now, with more than 200 acres, the farm grows six different crops and give everything away for free. All in the name of God as part of their ministry. The farm sends its food to pantries across the region and is one of the biggest suppliers of the Maryland Food Bank. And, it takes many volunteers to make it happen. On Thursday, volunteers from the Baltimore Ravens, M&T Bank and our own WBAL-TV/Hearst Television family volunteered to help by picking potatoes.
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The Collier Community Foundation has reactivated their Collier Comes Together Relief Fund to help Hurricane Ian victims.
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It will be a long road ahead for the victims of Hurricane Ian. The American Red Cross has been recruiting volunteers to aid with relief efforts, which won't be going away any time soon.