Pennsylvania State Dairy Princesses Raise Over $10,000 for “Fill A Glass With Hope®” Campaign

Pennsylvania dairy princesses donate more than $10,250 to Feeding PA — a partner state association of Feeding America—for the Fill A Glass With Hope® charitable milk donation program. Pictured (L to R): Pennsylvania 2nd Alternate Dairy Princess Kara Stultz (Blair County), Pennsylvania 1st Alternate Dairy Princess Samantha Haag (Berks County), Pennsylvania State Dairy Princess Brooke Emery (Huntingdon County), and Feeding Pennsylvania Executive Director Jane Clements-Smith. (submitted)

HARRISBURG, Pa.  – Great news for area food banks was announced at the Pennsylvania Farm Show today. Rising to the challenge of helping families in need, Pennsylvania Dairy Princesses from across the state have raised more than $10,250 for Fill a Glass with Hope® in a year-long campaign to get milk to families using food banks and community feeding programs.  The campaign was the first statewide charitable fresh milk program established in the country.

Fresh milk is the most requested item at food banks, but the least donated.

Pennsylvania Dairy Princess and Promotion Services, Inc., is dedicated to inspiring passion about Pennsylvania’s official beverage—MILK.

To learn more or to donate, visit www.feedingpa.org/milk