About Us

Awards

2010 Bank of America Neighborhood Builders® Award

2009 Small Planet Fund Honoree

2009 Edible Communities Local Hero Award

2003 Glynwood Harvest Award for Connecting Communities, Farmers and Food

2001 WHY-Harry Chapin Self-Reliance Award

 

 

2010 Bank of America Neighborhood Builders® Award

2010 Neighborhood Builders® Award acceptance speech by Just Food Executive Director, Jacquie Berger

November 16, 2010

It is a tremendous honor for us to receive this award and the recognition that Just Food is indeed a Neighborhood Builder. Just Food has been working to build vital, healthy, thriving communities in NYC since 1995. We engage in this work by focusing on increasing access to fresh, healthy, locally grown food in all New York City communities.

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Annual Reports and Audits

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CONTACT US

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Just Food
1133 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 1515
New York, NY  10036
Phone:  212-645-9880 x221
Email:  info[at]justfood.org

 

Just Food Staff Members

Jasmine Nielsen, Executive Director

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Just Food Board Members

Luis Garden Acosta

Luis Garden Acosta is a leading voice for human rights and environmental justice. He is founder and president of El Puente, a community human rights institution that promotes leadership for peace and justice through the engagement of youth and adults in the arts, education, scientific research, wellness and environmental action. Under his leadership, New Yorkers have built parks and open spaces as well as mapped one hundred Brownfield sites focused on human rights.

ABOUT US

Building a Just and Sustainable Food System for NYC!

 

Who We Are

Just Food empowers and supports community-led efforts to increase access to locally grown food, especially in underserved New York City neighborhoods. Just Food provides training and education to community members to help them launch projects like farmers' markets and CSAs, provide education in basic culinary and urban agriculture skills for their neighbors, and advocate to make their corner of New York City a healthier place to live and eat.

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