Sanctuary Farm seeks to address the health inequities resulting from systemic racial oppression and economic injustice by converting abandoned and neglected areas in our community into spaces that promote safety, hospitality, nutrition, and growth.
Since 2017 Sanctuary Farm has:
Grown and harvested over 7800 pounds of fresh, sustainably grown vegetables right in the community.
Provided healthy produce to an estimated 300 families in the Sharswood neighborhood
Distributed the produce through community health center-based nutrition programs, our on-site low-cost market stand, and donations to individuals and local community organizations.
Check out the latest feature about Sanctuary Farm in Philly Magazine here!