THE BEGINNING OF THE FARMLINK PROJECT
Co-founders James and Aidan gather a team of friends to brainstorm how to bring surplus produce to their local food bank. On April 14, The Farmlink Project delivers 10,800 eggs from Trafficanda Egg Ranches Inc. to Food Finders in Southern California.
may 2, 2020
FEATURE IN THE NEW YORK TIMES
may 11, 2020
THE FARMLINK PROJECT REACHES THE EAST COAST
We partner with Happy Dirt and Central Virginia Food Bank to deliver over 6,000 pounds of produce to Feed More, a food bank in Richmond, Virginia. To learn more about this delivery, check out our article.
may 23, 2020
The Navajo Nation Christian Response team receives and distributes over 40,000 pounds of potatoes from Desert Ridge Produce in Moses Lake, WA throughout the reservation.
To learn more about our partnership with the Navajo Nation, check out the article on our Farms and Food Banks page.
OUR FIRST DELIVERY TO THE NAVAJO NATION
may 29, 2020
1 MILLION POUNDS OF PRODUCE MOVED!
july 28, 2020
THE FIRST FACES OF FARMLINK ARTICLE IS POSTED: GWENDENA LEE-GATEWOOD
The Farmlink Project highlights our partnership with Gwendena, Chairwoman of the White Mountain Apache Tribe, which enabled us to deliver hundreds of thousands of pounds of potatoes to the White Mountain Apache community.
august 7, 2020
To reach communities that are inaccessible to ground transport, The Farmlink Project partners with Angel Flight West to fly 320 boxes of fresh produce to two of the most food insecure counties in California.
To learn more about our first delivery in the skies, check out the article on our Farms and Food Banks page.
THE FARMLINK PROJECT TAKES FLIGHT!
august 15, 2020
10 MILLION POUNDS OF PRODUCE MOVED!
august 17- september 22, 2020
THE FARMLINK RESPONSE TEAM HITS THE ROAD
Our team travels across the country in an RV to identify communities in need, execute deliveries, and share the stories that need to be heard to better understand this crisis.
To learn more about the Response Team's journey, check out the blog on our website.
The Farmlink Project does something bigger and more challenging than ever before—successfully delivering one million Thanksgiving meals. Through 50 deliveries across 17 states and Washington, D.C., The Farmlink Project works to ensure that the families we serve across the country do not go hungry this Thanksgiving. To learn more about Mission Impossible, check out this article.
november 18- january 4
The Farmlink Project partners with Chipotle to empower people all across the country to help provide meals to food-insecure families when buying a meal of their own. When ordering online or on the app, Chipotle customers are able to round up their purchase to the next-highest dollar as a donation to The Farmlink Project. To learn more about our partnership with Chipotle, check out this article.
december 28, 2020