Forgotten Harvest provides more than a million meals each month to those in high-poverty, underserved areas of southeastern Michigan.
On Monday, Forgotten Harvest is to accept the Walmart Foundation's grant in Warren, where volunteers are to unload two refrigerated trucks full of fresh meat, dairy, fruits and vegetables at Liberty Family Outreach.
The mobile pantry project is designed to provide fresh food to at-risk families with children, low-income seniors and the newly unemployed.
Forgotten Harvest covers 2,000 square miles per day and serves Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.
In 2010, Walmart and the Walmart Foundation launched Fighting Hunger Together — a $2 billion cash and in-kind commitment through 2015 to help end hunger in the U.S.