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Give the Power of Food to Your Hungry Neighbors 

Support Snipes Farm’s 2023 Year-End Hunger Relief Appeal

A trio of volunteers stand facing the camera and hold up their prized vegetables donated by Snipes Farm and Education Center.

Staff at the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter display Snipes Farm produce delivered in time for the Shelter’s 2023 Thanksgiving meal.

"Just a little bit of heaven"

This is how a resident of the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter recently described the taste of fresh organic produce delivered by Snipes Farm & Education Center as part of its hunger relief program.

What many of us take for granted – the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables – is too often a luxury for residents of the shelter and for many other families and seniors throughout the Bucks County region.

In fact, 1 in 10 children in this region face hunger daily. Surely, like the rest of us, they deserve access to healthy food.

That is why I am reaching out to you.

The nonprofit Snipes Farm & Education Center, on the 15th anniversary of its founding, is undertaking an expansion of its local hunger relief efforts.

Text that says: Currently, 70% of the organic produce we grow at our Morrisville farm -- or 21 tons annually -- is distributed to the Bucks County Homeless Shelter,  food pantries, senior citizen centers and families in need throughout the region.

In this season of giving back, we invite you to support this essential work.

The need among our neighbors is great. Show them you care. Make a donation now.


Jonathan Snipes, Executive Director