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Thank you for considering a donation to The Food Project!

When you make a gift to The Food Project, you are joining hundreds of teenagers and thousands of volunteers with a vision of a better world:  a place where all people have access to fresh, local food regardless of their income or neighborhood; where farming practices sustain communities and the environment; and where people of all ages can come together and build a productive community across barriers of race, class and geography. 

Your contribution will be put right to work. It will buy seeds and repair tractors. It will provide young people with rewarding and powerful work. It will bring farmers’ markets to low-income neighborhoods and build raised bed gardens so that residents and community groups can safely grow their own food in the city. It will help build a better food system in Boston and beyond.  

Thank you for your generosity!


 

 

If you are interested in donating specific items needed to run The Food Project's youth programming, sustainable agriculture, and community programs, please take a look at our wish list

The Food Project, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit, is made possible by the generous support of individuals, organizations and corporations. There are many ways that you can give to The Food Project, including:

  • By check or credit card
  • Gifts of stock
  • Gifts in celebration or in memory of
  • In-kind donations of equipment or supplies

All donations are fully tax-deductible.

If donating by check, please make your check out to “The Food Project” and mail to:

The Food Project
Attn: Development
10 Lewis Street
Lincoln, MA 01773

EIN: 04-3262532

Please contact our Development staff at (781) 259-8621 or gifts@thefoodproject.org if you have any questions.
Thank you for your support!

A dedicated fund has been established at The Food Project in memory of Henry Masters.
Please visit Henry's page to learn more or make a special gift.
 

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