We’re proud to collaborate with and receive support from our many partners throughout the greater Baltimore area.
Civic Works Program Partners
Baltimore Orchard Project; Little Gunpowder Farm; REACH! Partnership School
Banner Neighborhoods Community Corporation; Belair-Edison Neighborhoods, Inc.; Belair-Edison Community Association; Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello Community Corporation; Darley Park Community; Mayfield Community; New South Clifton Community Association; New Broadway East Community Association; Oliver Community
Shaw Orchards; Farm Alliance of Baltimore City; International Rescue Committee; Penrose @ Orchard Ridge; Joy Wellness Center @ Shepard’s Clinic; Waverly Y; GEDCO @ Stadium Place; Johns Hopkins WIC; Blue Water Baltimore; Green School/AFYA; Oliver Senior Center; Towner Management @ Lillian Jones Apartments; MedStar Good Samaritan Senior Housing; Waxter Senior Center; and Chase Brexton Health Services
Restaurant & Institutional Partners
Artifact; Blacksauce Kitchens; Bottega; Gertrude’s; Parts & Labor; Pen & Quill; Woodberry Kitchen; Clavel; Colette, Charm to Farm Food Truck; Well-Crafted Pizza
Baltimore City Department of Recreation & Parks; Baltimore City Office of Sustainability; Baltimore City Public Schools; Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future; The Institute for Integrative Health; Maryland Institute College of Art Center for Design Practice
Funding Supporters (past and present)
Abell Foundation; AmeriCorps; The Annie E. Casey Foundation; Baltimore Community Fund (Betty Lee & Dudley P. Digges Memorial Fund, Frank Family Fund); Boulder Brands; CareFirst; Chesapeake Bay Trust; Constellation Energy; Fidelity Trust; ; FruitGuys Community Fund; Jim & Patty Rouse Charitable Foundation; Joseph & Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds; Koinonia Foundation; Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation; Melnick/Newell; New Belgium Brewery; The Parks & People Foundation; PNC Foundation; SAPPI; United States Department of Agriculture; United Way of Central Maryland; Whole Foods Harbor East; The Zanvyl & Isabelle Krieger Fund
Real Food Farm is a proud member of the Farm Alliance of Baltimore City, a community network that works to increase the vitality of urban agriculture here in Baltimore and improve access to locally grown produce. The Farm Alliance coordinates efforts to unite urban farmers in practices and principles that are socially, economically, and environmentally just.