Connecting Food, Farms and the Environment
To Rebuild our Local Food Economy
Ways to Give
“I grow over 250 varieties of garlic, and I am a local beekeeper with about 40 – 50 hives in Warren and Sussex Counties. I’ve been a donor to the Foodshed Alliance for many years, because of its support for the small farmer, for its work in strengthening our local food system, educating the public, and for promoting healthy local food in our area. There is a lot of stuff germinating in our local food economy, and the Foodshed Alliance is the backbone of this movement.”
—Roman Osadca, Valley Fall Farm
Each year, contributions from people like you help us foster a self-sustaining foodshed that supports farmers, nourishes people, respects the land and strengthens our communities.
Help provide resources to sustain our long-term efforts to connect food, farms and the environment. Learn about giving through estates, trusts, gift annuities, bequests, etc
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Monthly giving is the easiest and most efficient way to support the work of the Foodshed Alliance.
Gifts of Stock
Contribute a gift of stocks and mutual funds via electronic transfer or by physically mailing the paper certificates. Contact Lisa Kelly for more information.
Please check with your employer to see if it matches charitable contributions or volunteer hours made by employees, retirees and/or employees’ spouses.
Help glean food from local farms and deliver it to food pantries, serve at one of our dinners, help out with office tasks — share your gift of time and expertise!
In-kind donations of goods help us reduce expenses and gives us the tools we need for our food-system work and educational programs.
The Foodshed Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization; EIN 27-2834150. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
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