I just got back from another donation of eggs to a local food pantry/crisis center. Almost 50 dozen eggs this spring! For many food pantries, healthy, fresh sources of quality protein are in short supply. The Hope Center here hadn't had donations of fresh eggs for almost a year. If your friends, relatives & neighbors are well stocked with eggs, do check with local food pantries. If yours is half as appreciative as is "mine," you'll feel mighty good about giving away those eggs. If the pantry hasn't dealt with fresh eggs before, you might want to write up a short information sheet explaining the differences between your backyard eggs & store-bought eggs. For example, why there's variation in color, size & shape or what those "stringy" things (the chalazae) are. I also explained why I don't wash my eggs & gave clear instructions on safe handling. The Hope Center here splits donated egg cartons in half; singles or couples get a half dozen eggs per week while families with children get half of a 18-egg carton. FWIW, all my girls are bantams. Eggs run between 1.25 & 1.75 ounces each, so from small to medium. Doesn't matter to the pantry. And the clients? They love those eggs.