Corbin Hill Farm was established to supply fruits and vegetables to areas of New York City that have limited access to fresh produce.
In certain areas of New York City, many individuals - often people of color and those living in low income neighborhoods - lack basic access to healthy food. Corbin Hill Food Project exists to end the severe problem of good food-access and its links to the drastic rise in diet-related diseases, particularly in Harlem and the Bronx.
Since its founding in 2010, Corbin Hill, in partnership with ever more Schoharie County farmers are on a mission to grow enough produce to feed communities in Harlem and the Bronx - supplying fresh fruits and vegetables to the people who needed it most.
With the support of 11 foundations and agri-business funds, we now work with 30 family-owned New York farms to bring fresh produce to 47,634 individuals annually. Working across 19 local communities in the Greater New York City area, we serve in partnership with 9 other value-aligned organizations.
Strategic community Partners
New Settlement Community Center
New York City Department of Health
Open Door Child Care Center
The POINT CDC
The New School
SCO Family of Services
Urban Garden Center
Urban Health Plan
West Harlem Group Assistance
Woodside Early Learn Headstart
Bed Stuy Restoration
Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center
Brotherhood / Sister Sol
Central Park East II
Columbia Community Partnership for Health
Community League of the Heights
The DOE Fund
Escalera Head Start
Finger Lakes Fresh
Food Bank of New York
Harlem Children’s Zone
National Resources Defense Council