Sharing the Harvest Community Farm


Sharing the Harvest Community Farm is a non-profit, volunteer-driven farm that aims to help fight hunger in our community. It was established in 2006 to reduce hunger, create volunteer stewardship and increase agricultural education.

As Sharing the Harvest approaches its tenth growing season, we are still battling hunger on the south coast. Both New Bedford and Fall River are listed among cities with the highest concentrations of hunger in Massachusetts. In these cities one child in three lives in a family unable to meet its basic food necessities.

Charged with the hunger relief mission, as well as community stewardship and agricultural education, Sharing the Harvest hosts thousands of volunteers each season working together to grow food for our neighbors. Thanks to those volunteers, Sharing the Harvest has donated more than 454,000 pounds of food, and hosted more than 20,000 volunteers since the farm was founded!

The generosity of others is at the core of our existence. It is only through the support of thousands of volunteers and through both public and private donations that we are able to serve our community

Visit us on Facebook for more up to date info! Sharing the Harvest Community Farm

To learn more about Sharing the Harvest watch our video.

Sharing the Harvest video

To volunteer or request more information please contact Ricky Phillips | STH Farm Volunteer Coordinator at 508.993.3361 x15 or via email at sharingtheharvest@ymcasouthcoast.org

For more update to date information and regular updates, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @STHFarm.

South Coast Serves

Family Day of Service - Standard Times Newspaper Article

Growing good food for needy people at the Dartmouth YMCA - Standard Times Newspaper Article

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Sharing the Harvest Community Farm featured on CNN Click HERE to watch the video.