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Farm-to-table culinary job training, bringing San Francisco together.

2020 in review

Bigger challenges. Bigger impact. 

Farming Hope not only survived, but thrived during this pandemic. That's because we're built to serve neighbors in need, and what we provide is more critical than ever: pathways to employment and nourishing meals.
2020 Impact Snapshot
  • 53,367 community meals cooked and delivered to food insecure neighbors
  • 13 Apprentices trained and employed
  • Opened Refettorio San Francisco, home kitchen to our community meals and training
  • Our training garden flourished as a green oasis for Apprentices and community volunteers
  • Partnerships with many inspiring community organizations (like TogetherSFSF New DealOff Their Plate, UCSF, The SF MarketManny'sFood For Soul, and the SF Department of Public Health)
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Looking forward to 2021

We're entering the new year with a bigger organization capable of feeding and employing more folks than ever before. We're excited to reopen our restaurant at Manny's, and open up our dining room at Refettorio SF for unhoused families to join a nightly, free, beautiful dining experience with onsite services. We'll keep you updated through this monthly e-newsletter, so keep reading and share with friends who would love our mission.

We're Hiring a Development Manager 


Know someone with experience on large fundraising campaigns? Would they love our team and our mission? Then tell them to apply by March to become Farming Hope's first full-time development hire. Learn more or apply today.

Welcome Joseph!

As America welcomes Joe Biden, Farming Hope welcomes Joe Fox.


Please welcome our newest Chef Trainer, Joseph Fox. He will be our #1 internal advocate for Apprentices in the Farming Hope transitional employment program. Congratulate him by sending a quick note of inspiration to program@farminghope.org
A San Francisco native and culinary professional who has cooked at Quince, Petit Crenn, and Spruce, Joseph is energized to provide assistance to those seeking to start their career. Having been through the judicial system at a young age, he looks forward to supporting our Apprentices while they make their transition to a healthy and stable life.

We miss you

And we need you! Even though we are distant, please keep our team, our guests, our sacred space and our beautiful plants in your prayer and in your heart. Keep in touch, call or email anytime. Dining and volunteer opportunities will grow this very year as the pandemic subsides. 
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Farming Hope · 77 Van Ness Ave · #101-1613 · San Francisco, California 94102 · USA