Fields of Grace in the News
Volunteers Count: Dynamic duo helps feed those in need by harvesting produce with Fields of Grace
KAPP-KVEW, March 2022
KAPP-KVEW Local News and STCU have teamed up to highlight those in our community who are making our world a better place. This month’s Volunteers Count winners are a dynamic duo from Fields of Grace, Rob Koenig and Larry Elliott. They both have been volunteering since the nonprofit began.
STCU surprised Koenig and Elliott with a $1,000 donation to the organization in their name in honor of their commitment to those in need.
Harvesting fresh cherries for those in need in Tri-Cities
Tri-City Herald, June 2020
The local organization, established as a ministry at West Side Church in Richland, is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year.
Fields of Grace Volunteers keep Mid-Columbia families well fed
Tri-Cities Journal of Business, June 2016
Although the temperatures were edging into the high 80s by 9 a.m., Fields of Grace volunteers continued reaching high into the trees, picking handful after handful of crimson cherries.
Toyota 100 Cars for Good
Tri-City Herald, July 2011
In July 2011, Fields of Grace was a finalist in the Toyota 100 Cars for Good program. For 100 consecutive days, Toyota awarded a car or truck to one of five non-profit organizations who received the most votes via Facebook. This video was produced as part of the competition. Though Fields of Grace did not win the truck, we received a $1,000 grant from Toyota.