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Community Supported Agriculture is a partnership between farmers and their customers. You receive the freshest organic produce weekly, helping the farm to pre-plan the growing season.
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Donate & Planned Giving
Massaro Community works year round to preserve 57 acres of open space, and to donate local, organic produce to those in need. Staff, volunteers, advocates and partner agencies help the farm donate produce to families and provide farm-based education to area school children who rely on free meal programs, largely in surrounding Valley towns. Through their support, we distribute enough produce to prepare at least 4,000 meals each year, and host at least 1,000 students on the farm.
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There are many ways in which you can donate to Massaro Community Farm. We want you to know that we can carry out your philanthropy in any way that makes the most sense for you, such as:
Donor Advised Fund – Set up a fund that allows you to make charitable donations
Bequests – With simple language in a will or other estate plan, you can make a gift of cash, stocks, tangible property, etc .
Charitable Gift Annuity – set up a fund that provides you and Massaro Farm with income
Qualified Charitable Distribution – designate a portion of your retirement fund distribution to Massaro Community Farm
You can also make a gift to one of our already-established funds:
- The Get Outdoors Fund with the Community Foundation of Greater New Haven. Help ensure continued outdoor education, long term care of our acreage, and support of families at risk.
- The Jon Gorham Sustainability Fund with the Community Foundation of Greater New Haven. Increases the awareness and promotion of the use of renewable energy technologies, sustainable agricultural practices, local food production, sustainable living practices and the educational programs that explain their benefit.
- The Massaro Farm Legacy Fund with Valley Community Foundation. Established with funds from Paul & Judith DeCoster to ensure the farm will be around to provide food and programming for future generations.
Contact the farm development officer (203-736-8618) to discuss options.