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While we welcomed back many volunteers, 2021 was still a year many could not join us to farm. Fewer volunteers plus challenging and very wet weather made this another unique season. And though we are certainly in a better situation than last year, hunger is still pervasive. 1 in 12 people (1 in 11 children) in Massachusetts still do not have enough to eat.
The continuing effects of the pandemic, coupled with increasingly erratic weather have shown the importance of a resilient supply of local fresh produce. A sustainable and stable food system is important to all of us, but especially the most vulnerable populations. As we begin executing our new Strategic Plan and enter our 20th year of farming, we plan to adapt our growing processes to the changing world, deepen our impact with our distribution partners, and better amplify the voices of those in need.
An anonymous donor has pledged to match the first $10,000 in donations this fall and urges you to help those less fortunate:
“Families in our communities should not have to choose between eating healthy fresh food and simply buying what is affordable, or worse still, going hungry. Community Harvest Project is responding to our changing world in ways to ensure our neighbors will continue to be fed. In recognition of the abundance in my life, I choose to support their efforts. Please donate to Community Harvest Project. Be generous and feel the joy that accompanies it.”
If you donate today, $25 will provide 75 servings of vitamin-packed leafy greens, $50 will provide 150 servings of antioxidant-rich apples, and $100 will provide 300 servings of nutrient-dense butternut squash.
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