Sign up for Fresh Food Connect to donate your extra garden produce
Denver Food Rescue is proud to partner with Denver Urban Gardens and Groundwork Denver to bring you the Fresh Food Connect Web-App that brings healthy fresh produce to food-insecure families, reduces food waste, and provides jobs to low-income youth.
It’s so simple! Gardeners open the FFC web-app to indicate that they have extra vegetables to donate. The FFC web-app will map out a route for youth employees to collect the vegetables using bikes and trailers. The produce is then donated or sold at our donation based youth-run farm stand on Thursdays from 4-7pm at the Barrett Elementary Community Garden (2900 Richard Allen Ct).
Do you live in 80205, 80207, 80210 or 80220, 80203? Fresh Food Connect is currently picking up from home gardeners in your neighborhood! Interested in donating but don’t live in an area we are currently picking up in? Register anyway so we know where to expand to next!
Thank you Denver for all of your support on this innovative, collaborative project!
Pay what you can’ produce program expands to 5 neighborhoods on 9 News (September 21, 2017)
Local produce-sharing program Fresh Food Connect Expands into 80203 in Life On Capitol Hill (September 7, 2017)
Got Extra Home Grown Produce? There’s an App for That. in 5280 Magazine (September 12, 2016)
New App Picks Up Surplus Vegetables on 9News (June 15, 2016)
Fresh Food Connect’s Harvest of Opportunity in Confluence Denver (June 22, 2016)
Bike-Powered, Food Desert Fighting Group Receives $100,000 Grant in Neighborhood Life (August 3, 2016)
Impact100 Metro Denver Awards $100k to Fresh Food Connect in The Denver Post Your Hub (June 21, 2016)