Worcester Community Fridge Collaboration
This year, as in 2021 and 2022, we are providing shares to community refrigerators on the streets throughout Worcester. The produce is free for anyone who wants it from refrigerators available 24 hours a day.
Last year Worcester Community Fridges raised enough money from area businesses and donors to pay for seven summer and fall shares. With your help, we raised enough in donations from our members to double that. Thank you for your generosity!
If you would like to donate to the 2023 campaign to raise our half of the funds to cover 14 summer shares and 14 fall shares for the Worcester Community Fridges, visit this link.
About Worcester Community Fridges
Worcester Community Fridges believes having daily access to fresh food is a human right. In Worcester, 15% of families have identified as living with food insecurity. While navigating the COVID 19 pandemic, these numbers have risen significantly within the city. Community fridges are open 24/7, leaving no barriers in the way of someone accessing free food. In the spirit of mutual aid, we hope to contribute to our community by providing access to delicious, organic, nutrient-dense food for all! Learn more about the Worcester community fridges here.
Other ways to support access to MHOF’s nutrient-dense food
If you would like to support a low-income person or family in getting a Many Hands Organic Farm summer CSA share, we welcome donations to cover the pick up site delivery fees for our SNAP customers.
To cover one shareholder’s summer CSA delivery fee, send a check for $44 made out to “Many Hands Sustainability Center” to the farm or pay $50 through PayPal (add an additional $6 to cover the credit card transaction fee).
Learn more about Many Hands Sustainability Center here.
Thank you for supporting quality, nutrient-dense food for all!