Dreaming of warmer weather and being out in the garden? Mark your calendars for our annual plant sale fundraiser, Plantapalooza, on Saturday, May 16th, 2020. Prepare to explore a huge variety of annuals, perennials, fruits, vegetables, sun and shade plants, heirloom tomatoes, and new this year, specialty hot peppers.
The first 1,000 attendees receive a free 4-pack of tomatoes!
Every year Community Harvest Project relies on the generous donations from community grantors and local corporations to keep our programs up and running. 2019 was no different. Our grants supported every aspect of CHP’s work from operational support to specific programs and equipment so that we could carry out our mission of farming for hunger relief. Thank you to our generous grantors and corporate partners, listed below, who allow us to continue fulfilling our mission. In 2019, their support allowed CHP to host over 7,500 volunteers of all ages and backgrounds that helped us harvest and donate 417,644 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables through 16 local community partners serving 60,000 individuals and families across central Massachusetts.
Agnes M. Lindsay Trust
Bemis Associates INC
Bridging Peace Fund Of Tides Foundation
The CarMax Foundation
Clif Bar Family Foundation
DCU for Kids
Doe Family Foundation
Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation
The Fletcher Foundation
Fred Harris Daniels Foundation
Frederick E. Weber Charities Corporation
George F. and Sybil H. Fuller Foundation
Greater Worcester Community Foundation
Grimes and Company INC
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation
Homefield Credit Union
The J. Irving and Jane L. England Charitable Trust
Nypro – A Jabil Company
People’s United Bank
Robert Half International
Schwartz Charitable Foundation
Stoddard Charitable Trust
TJX Foundation, Inc.
United Way Of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley