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Giving Options

Friends of the Harvest

Sustain our work this year and into the future by making a three year pledge to our organization at $1,000 or more. Friends will be listed in our annual report and invited to garden tours and special events.

Monthly Giving

The easiest way to give steady, reliable support for our programs, and for you - it's simply deducted from your bank account or credit card.  We love monthly donors!  A monthly donation of even $5 makes a difference. 

CSA Sharing Share

Help a household with low income by purchasing a CSA Share. Add a donation to your CSA share form and help a family in need afford a CSA share.  With a donation of $500 you can supply an entire summer's worth of veggies!

CSA shares are one of the best ways to have a steady supply of vegetables for a family and a great way to learn about local food, where it's grown, and how to cook it. CSA shareholders get weekly newsletters with recipes and tips, and visit the farm and get to know their farmers.

Planned Gifts

Click here to learn how you can plan ahead for larger gifts.

GoodSearch/GoodShop - make online companies give with your online purchases

You can also support us simply by doing your shopping and internet searching through the Garden City Harvest GoodSearch/GoodShop toolbar - download the toolbar and many of the stores you purchase from online will automatically donate a percentage to Garden City Harvest, without you giving anything!

We are a United Way funded organization. 


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