We believe that healthy food should be available to everyone, regardless of income!
The Healthy Food for All Program was founded as a partnership of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County and area farms, including the Full Plate farms, Sweet Land Farm, Kestrel Perch Berries, TC3 Farm, Six Circles Farm, Plowbreak Farm, and Nook and Cranny Farm. The program provides subsidized CSA shares to low-income households in the Ithaca area. HFFA is made possible by many local fundraising efforts, like Harvest Dinner ticket sales, other benefit events, and donations from individual CSA members--these shares are truly "community supported!"
Healthy Food for All members receive the same bountiful weekly share of the local harvest as all members and may pick any delivery option at no additional cost. Please direct all questions about HFFA eligibility to Lizor Baz at Cornell Cooperative Extension (607.272.2292)
pay by check (preferred)
Thank you for paying by check! We prefer to avoid PayPal and credit card fees so that all funds generated go to the farms.
Please send your check(s) made out to Full Plate Farm Collective to:
The Full Plate Farm Collective, LLC
PO Box 6898
Ithaca, NY 14851
***We offer the option to mail in your all your payments when you sign up. This way you don’t have to remember to send in your payments. Upon joining, send in one check for $287 or 5 checks, one for $63 with today's date (your deposit), and 4 more ($56 each) dated with the installment due dates (June 15, July 15, August 15, September 15). Molly will process the first check, file the 4 subsequent checks, and then process them on each installment date.
Returning members paying in full before March 31st are offered an early bird discount of $20. If you qualify please send your check made out for $267 as soon as possible of pay via Paypal below.
pay with EBT at GreenStar
HFFA members... Go to any register and tell them you would like to pay Full Plate for your CSA share. SAVE YOUR RECEIPT and send a copy to Molly through regular mail or by email. NOTE: Many EBT transactions don't have a name attached. If we don't receive a receipt for each payment we have no way of knowing you paid.