Many people ask us how they can help, so we’ve highlighted various popular methods of donation below. Chances are, though, that if you think we could use it, we could, so please send specific questions/ideas/suggestions email@example.com"> firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “I Want to Make a Donation”. Drop-off can either occur during open hours or can be arranged independently (just contact us!).
Donate your time:
We can’t say it enough – we can definitely use volunteers. Our “Hours & Locations” page lists times that the various sites are open. In addition to whatever is going on that day, we always need people to:
Pick up donations (usually food) from local businesses
Cook food for Sunday giveaways
Assist with farm maintenance & building
Operate & expand current programs
Share knowledge through workshops
Donate your materials:
If you have things that you aren’t using but know others could, we can certainly connect you. Most often, we accept:
Food and compost from individuals & businesses
Clothing from individuals & businesses
Program materials from individuals & businesses (we can always use dictionaries, workbooks and chalkboards for our free ESL classes)
Farm supplies from individuals & businesses…in particular:
cat food for our farm cats
organic-layer chicken feed or corn, grains & veggies for our birds
fruit trees, flowers & organic veggie seeds/seedlings
straw, hay, wood chips, soil
another space for us to expand!
Donate your money:
Financial donations of any amount are welcome and extremely appreciated.
$5.00 One day of chicken feed.
$35.00 1 bag of chicken feed! . $50.00 case of nails
$350.00 1 truck load of soil . . .