Who makes decisions for the poor? This may seem like a straightforward question, but it is not often discussed amongst policy makers and city planners. Click to read more and participate in CHFP's forum discussion!
"Volunteers build the program. Without them, we would not be able to operate through wholesale." This week, we are highlighting one of our Community Connect partners, Myrtle Ave Revitalization Project. Read about their unique program, and how they are using CHFP to offer their participants more choices.
The heat is ON! Luckily, so is Farm Share. Beat the heat by reading this week’s newsletter with a glass of lemonade in the AC! Learn how to make Southern Succotash for your upcoming barbeque, potluck, or picnic and find out why supporting your local food system is important! See you at distribution!
Earlier this spring, the NYC Food Policy Center released a report examining the food environments across the five boroughs. The report highlights the unfortunate reality that many neighborhoods throughout NYC do not have access to healthy, fresh food.
If you are experiencing Farm Share withdrawal, the wait is finally over! Corbin Hill Food Project’s Summer 2017 Farm Share begins this week!
A letter from our founder, Dennis Derryck, on the closing of our Summer 2016 season, and what is in store for the winter.
The team at Corbin Hill Food Project, and I, want to thank our Shareholders for your continued support of our mission to provide fresh food where it is needed most; and for your commitment to be part of a larger movement for food justice that incorporates our vision of racial equity and sovereignty.
Corbin Hill and Mount Sinai have a great plan to bring food to those who need it most...