Farm to Families

Our Farm to Families Program

At Phillies Bridge Farm Project, we aim to achieve food justice by providing healthy, local, and sustainable food, and by treating our workers fairly. Our Farm to Families program partners with community-based organizations to help us get our sustainably-grown veggies onto the plates of the people who need them the most.

Please help support this program by becoming a donor!

Each year, we donate over 8,000 lbs of produce to our partner organizations including:

Family of New Paltz: Grab-and-go produce is a big draw for walk-in clients. FNP staff love to chat with clients about the produce that arrives from Phillies Bridge each week.



Helping Hands Food Pantry of Gardiner: Neighbors helping neighbors at a weekly food pantry on Thursday mornings 11 AM – 12:30 PM.


Institute for Family Health: Agency’s staff uses PBFP produce to work one-on-one or in small groups with patients with diabetes and/or hypertensive disorder.


Our Core, Inc. : This volunteer-run organization distributes produce weekly from the beautiful Ann Street Garden in Newburgh. In 2022, Phillies Bridge helped install The Good Food Garden at Deacon Jack Pantry. Check it out!

The Pantry @ Dutchess Community College: Our produce is a big standout at this pantry that serves students and staff, with lots of excitement around the vibrant color and freshness of PBFP veggies.


Ulster Immigrant Defense Network: This partnership is supported by Glynwood’s Food Sovereignty Fund, which pays farmers from historically marginalized backgrounds to grow produce for hunger relief projects. Our produce is part of the Wednesday food pantry.

Ulster County Healthy Families: We provide produce and educational information to staff, which is then shared with pregnant people and young families in a one-on-one setting. This fosters better family relations while creating healthy eating habits.

Each year, we host a Farm to Families Picnic to celebrate graduates of Ulster County Healthy Family’s New Parent Program. Check out some photos of recent celebrations below!

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How You Can Help!
Funding for this program is supported by generous individual donors, sponsorship from local businesses in the community, and generous grants made by Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley, Ulster County Recovery and Resilience, and Anonymous. Please help grow this program by becoming a donor!

Learn more about our Food Justice program here.