Good Harvest Market raises $1,600 for Stillwaters Cancer Support Services

Special to The Freeman

March 11, 2014

WAUKESHA – During the eighth annual Winter Health Fair at Good Harvest on Feb. 22, Good Harvest Market raised $1,600 for Stillwaters Cancer Support Services.

“Combining our free Winter Health Fair, which is always well attended, with fundraising for this organization just makes sense to us,” said store owner Jody Nolan in a statement. “Stillwaters believes that no one affected by a cancer diagnosis should feel alone on the journey. They nurture and support healing of the whole person –mind, body and spirit. We are happy to help them achieve their mission.”

Since 2005, Good Harvest Market has offered the largest selection of organic and non-genetically-modified products in the area, educating area residents about better choices in their food and overall health and reducing its carbon footprint by offering as many local products as possible.

Good Harvest is located at 1850 Meadow Lane.