Fresh Box Subscriptions
Sign up now to get a Fresh Box in August! Our Fresh Box customers get a box of fresh produce from Free Haven Farms every week, either at one of our pickup locations or delivered to your door (Philly and South Jersey only). Our monthly shares are available in half shares, which is a $30 value per box.
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Our pickup schedule is:
- Saturdays, 9am-2 pm, beginning August 7th, Lawnside Farmers Market, 323 Charleston Avenue, Lawnside, NJ;
- Thursdays, 4pm-6pm, beginning August 12th, Jersey City, NJ (private residence, address released upon registration);
- Thursdays, 4:30-6:30pm, beginning August 12th, Juices for Life - Brooklyn, 277 Malcolm X Blvd, Brooklyn, NY.
Our home deliveries take place:
- Saturdays, beginning August 7th, South Jersey (Camden, Burlington, Gloucester counties ONLY);
- Thursdays, beginning August 12th, Philadelphia (within city limits).
After subscribing, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact list so that our emails don't go to your spam/junk folder.
For our Nationwide customers, use the link below to order a Fresh Box shipped directly to your door. We ship our Fresh Boxes out one box at a time to ensure maximum freshness. Click below to order yours today:
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Free Haven Educational Farms is a special place, for many different reasons. Supplying healthy produce to the community, especially those places we see affected most because of lack of access to healthy food, is our primary objective.What we've been able to find is that in these communities, providing the food is only addressing maybe half of the issue. Creating the long term improvements we are hoping to see, we realized that we would have to focus on education, the youth, the elders, and everyone in between. We have been able to focus on collaborations that can help us achieve our goal. We were going to have to make ourselves extremely accessible, and in a lot of cases, bring it to the people. Bring them the food, the education, the awareness, the opportunities.There are now few black farmers, and even fewer that are interested in educating their community, building bridges instead walls. What we are seeking is financial backing through the ones that are in support of the unique work we do. Finances to expand and continue the work of taking care of those that need it the most first......