We’re turning the soup kitchen on its head.
We empower people out of homelessness through training and employment in our community gardens and dinners.
Monthly dinners In San Francisco
The Farming Hope team regularly cooks and hosts four-course dinners featuring seasonal produce from our gardens. Your attendance allows us to hire four unhoused individuals working their way to self-sustainability.
Every Wednesday 11:00am-1:30pm Heart of the City Farmers’ Market, SF
Visit our stand at the market. Our team serves up delicious gourmet and vegetarian sandwiches, soup, salad, desserts and tea. Featuring produce from partner gardens where we work, this stand allows us to expand our culinary training and employment programs.
“This is therapy, the work. It gives me peace, and the space to think about my schedule... I said to myself I have a body and I'm going to use it."
— Phillip, a Farming Hope SF team leader talks about the therapeutic benefits of gardening and community involvement while watering lettuce he just planted.
Ways to get involved
Join our volunteer squad Come wear a corn shirt and volunteer at our farmers' market stand, pop-up meals, and gardens.
Join the team We're looking for committed, part-time volunteers for as life coaching and garden coordinating.
Join the Farming Hope family
Sign up for updates on dinners, volunteering, and the positive impact we’re having in our community.
Support our mission
Give once A donation of $45 supports the continued employment of one of our unhoused team members through one pop-up meal.
Give monthly You'll become part of our Support Team helping empower unhoused and low-income people in our community.
Donations are made to Bountiful Churchyards, our sponsoring non-profit organization