Support Good Food Education
Slow Food NYC's Urban Harvest program brings good food education to New York City school children, engaging students in the connections between the food on their plate, their wellbeing, communities, and the health of the planet. During the school year, Urban Harvest in the Schools supports city schools in launching, developing, and growing school gardens. Over the summer months, Urban Harvest runs an educational urban farm in East New York, Brooklyn. We provide structured, hands-on learning experiences for children to gather around the table and deepen their engagement in the food system - inspiring them to share what they learn with their families, friends, and communities.
Urban Harvest reaches more than 2,000 school children throughout the city each year. As a grassroots organization with a working board of volunteers, every dollar donated goes directly to support our educational programming. Help us continue this work to not only serve our current schools with the maximum amount of resources and support, but to also provide this programming to even more schools in the future. Thank you for your support of good, clean, and fair food for all New Yorkers.
Learn more about all of the work we do across the city at slowfoodnyc.org/