Pop-Up Dinners & Fundraisers

Attending a Farming Hope dinner or fundraiser is one of the many ways you can support our work, with the added bonus of delicious, nutritious food!

Every two weeks or so, we gather around the dinner table to share a many-course meal with people from our community. Buy tickets below to our latest dinners to support our cause.

NEW: Happy Hour Taco Nights!

Join us for a community happy hour with handmade tacos and hot sauce made with edible flowers! Chef Kevin, Farming Hope co-founder, and Chef Holden, current Sprouts Cooking Club instructor, will highlight ingredients from our urban gardens, and the Civic Center Farmers Market to bring you tasty tacos like chipotle rockfish, cactus and soft scrambled egg, and roasted cauliflower with cilantro crema. Celebrate our mission through communal dining!

Suggested ticket donation is $25 per person. Ticket sales help us pay our employees for the hard work they do while training on the job to transition out of homelessness. Book early before seats sell out as we have limited capacity. Thank you in advance for your support! For private dinners or advanced group tickets, email melody@farminghope.org.

May & June dates COMING SOON!
555 Golden Gate Ave.
San Francisco, CA

Thursday Lunch in San Jose

Break bread with us at our weekly free community lunch at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church!

Every Thursday
1710 Moorpark Ave.
San Jose, CA

Coming Soon: Farming Hope & Mister Jiu’s Community Dinner

We are partnering with Mister Jiu’s to raise funds for our sustainable gardening projects in San Francisco.

We will be selling a limited number of tickets for a community, family style dinner with food from Mister Jiu’s, Cala, Rice Paper Scissors, and more. Join like-minded foodies and community builders and meet the teams behind Mister Jiu’s and Farming Hope. We’ll kick the night off with cocktails and small bites and live music from a local folk band, and then serve a seated family style dinner. We hope you can join us! Just by dining with us, you’ll be making a dent in homelessness by providing jobs to plant urban gardens. Feed it forward by buying dinner tickets when they go on sale soon!

Chinatown, SF