20% of produce goes to waste while 50 million people in the US are food insecure.

We use one problem to solve the other.

For every box we deliver to a customer, we subsidize or donate 1-3 pounds of fresh produce through our weekly Produce in a SNAP stands at public schools in food deserts or donation partners

The Franklin Square Community is known as a food desert, however, thanks to Hungry Harvest we’re able to purchase fresh produce at an affordable cost every Thursday at the Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School.
— Edith Gilliard, President, Franklin Square Community Association

We have subsidized and donated over 400,000 pounds of fresh produce to date.

Help us make more impact!

 

More about our Produce in a SNAP Program

Produce in a SNAP is a partnership between Hungry Harvest and Baltimore City Public Schools to bring fresh, affordable produce to food deserts in order to promote healthy eating and fight hunger. The goal is to allow food-insecure families and individuals who could benefit from affordable produce, including those on government assistance programs such as SNAP/EBT, WIC, and SSDI, to stretch their food budgets and put nutritious produce on their dinner table.

 

Donation Partners