We’re all hungry to give back and belong.

Farming Hope is a garden-to-table job training nonprofit. We offer paid, empowering transitional employment in our garden and kitchen with formerly incarcerated or unhoused neighbors. Get your tickets here for our virtual graduation on October 22 and hear directly from our apprentices.

Since March 25, we have fed 31,503 San Franciscans experiencing food insecurity, and hired seven new job trainees. Donate today to support our mission to empower and feed neighbors in need.

Our Food at Manny's

Manny’s is San Francisco's people-powered Civic Gathering Space. A Mission-district venue that combines a restaurant, political bookshop, and event space. Temporarily closed at this location while we focus on health and our community meals program, but we cannot wait to see you again. 3092 16th Street, San Francisco, CA.

We Need Your Help!

We need to raise funds to hire 20 apprentices in 2020. Pay it forward by helping us toward our goal. Your donations give us the chance to run our training program for the community.

“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 graduate on the therapeutic benefits of gardening and community involvement while watering lettuce he planted.

Ways to get involved

Join a garden day
We're on a brief hold from open volunteer Saturdays at our garden on Divisadero and Eddy St. But sign up for our email list to know when we re-open for garden volunteers.

Join the team
We're looking for committed, experienced, part-time volunteers for fundraising and administrative support. Email team@farminghope.org.