9001 Limehouse Lane Louisville, KY 40220 info@foodliteracyproject.org 502.491.0072

Donate Items


You can help youth transform their communities through food, farming, and the land!

 Our Field-to-Fork Program on the farm provides transformative experiences for nearly 3000 students each year, which means we use a lot of resources! To keep our Learning Garden, Outdoor Kitchen, and program area clean and safe, there are items we are needing to be replenished throughout the program season, including gently used or new garden tools, kitchen items, and cleaning supplies.

Can you help by donating any of the following or gently-used items?

Paper towels
50-gallon trash bags
New outdoor vinyl tablecloths
Picnic blankets
Dishwashing soap (biodegradable preferred)
Metal forks and butter knives
Half-sheet baking pans
Wire brushes and cleaning solution for oven
Flexible cutting mats
Rectangular two-string hay bales
Mason jars of all sizes (with or without lids)

Kid-friendly knives (like these)
Plastic reusable cups (like these)
Garden snips
Garden gloves for children
Garden hoses (the kind you can drive over)
Hose nozzle
Steel T-posts
Garden twine
Watering cans
Seed flats/trays
Seeds (organic)
Wooden pallets

If you would like to donate, please email info@foodliteracyproject.org and we can set up a delivery to the farm or send a staff member to pick up the items.

The Food Literacy Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit education organization that uses an urban farm as an outdoor classroom to engage young people and families in hands-on learning. Your gifts will help bring the field-to-fork experience to life for local youth!