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Dig into how Farming Hope is shaping dreams & changing lives through our mission, food, and people with @cbsnews Bay Area Reporter Itay Hod. 

Itay stopped by to chat with Co-Executive Director Kerry Rodgers & Cook Trainer Devon Jordan McFeely (and his food!). 

Read the full story by using the link in our bio.
Did you see the paper yesterday? You might have seen Co-Executive Director Andie Sobrepeña and Cook Trainer Devon Jordan McFeely (and his food!) featured prominently. Journalist Greg Wong from the SF Examiner visited us last week and we’re proud to share his piece on us with our community! 

Read the SF Examiner piece on Farming Hope by using the link in our bio.

“We want to make sure our graduates and apprentices feel embraced by their co-workers and their community, as they’re serving their community and being served by them,” co-executive director Andie Sobrepeña told The Examiner. “Folks that we have in our program are usually the last people called back for jobs; they are hungry for food security and social connection. Those are the barriers we try to remove with our program.”
We believe that neither food nor human potential should go to waste. 

That is why here at Farming Hope, we’re intentional about all the inputs that go into our work, deeply comprehending that our food system (like our orgs roots) works from literal farm to table. 

We’re not just making sure that perfectly good produce doesn’t get tossed out, we’re also making sure that the labor, water, and energy that went into its creation is valued. Americans waste on average 30-40% of our food supply, and during the holiday season that is even higher. At Farming Hope, we’re working to change that at every level from rescuing waste to using root-to-stem cooking techniques. 

Your generosity helps make that work possible, please join as a supporter today! Every dollar goes directly to creating a sustainable, inclusive food system that works for everyone.
Giving Tuesday is today! Please consider supporting Farming Hope today during Giving Tuesday and throughout the giving season by using the link in our bio to support our work.

Your support directly contributes to our ability to empower & elevate 40+ Apprentices per year to life-sustaining employment so they are able to support themselves and their families.

Your support also directly bolsters our capacity to feed the 1 in 7 San Franciscan’s who are food insecure in addition to rescuing 23,000 lbs of “misfit” produce from going to waste.

#sanfrancisco #nonprofit #givingtuesday
We can hardly contain our excitement! 🍽️ Join us on October 5th from 7 to 9 PM as Executive Chef Daniella Banchero of Piccino Restaurant takes the stage at Refettorio SF. 

Tickets are now live - grab yours today to savor an incredible meal for a great cause. 

Your support makes a difference in the lives of our apprentices and supports our values of inclusivity, food access, and sustainability in the culinary industry. Plus, each ticket includes a $100 tax-deductible donation to Farming Hope. Don’t miss out! 💪🌟 #GuestChefSeries #RefettorioSF
Mark your calendars for November 11th from 6 PM to 9 PM & join us at Refettorio for our Inaugural Hope Feast: 'Eat Your Scraps' Fundraiser - an extraordinary recovered food competition you won't want to miss! 🍽️🥕 Let's celebrate sustainable dining together! Love this idea and want to sponsor it? DM us!🌱 #HopeFeast #SustainableDining #FoodCompetition
Introducing the Pomegranate Cohort! 🌱 They're already blossoming after just one week 🥕!

#ChangingLives #socialgood #changemakers #empoweringcommunities #nonprofitorganization #buildingbetterfutures
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