Donate Your Harvest!

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, FIFABQ must limit volunteers to mini-harvests. In order to provide as much fresh, local food to our community as possible, we are encouraging HOME HARVESTS

What is a Home Harvest?
  • Click the link below to fill out the form and schedule your harvest PICKUP

    • (please give 24-48 hours notice)

  • FIFABQ will send you an email with tips and best practices

  • The harvest tools you request will be dropped off at your doorstep

  • Text or email when you're ready for pickup   (please allow 24-48 hours)

  • FIFABQ will pick up tools, fruit, and distribute!

 

Contact us via phone, text, or choose a  button below!
 

(505) 398-0343

If you do not see a time on the calendar that works for you, please give us a call or email: harvest@fifabq.org

   (please allow 24-28 hours for a response) 

I recently moved into a new home with a huge plum tree. Since it’s just myself and my son, I was really excited to be able to share our fruit with the community. Being able to borrow harvesting equipment from FIFABQ made the process easy, and I got to talk to my four-year-old about why we were sharing our harvest with others. He was a great helper and was excited about the process, too. - Jessie

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What can I do with excess food?

Let's talk about it...

FIFABQ requires at least 30 lbs of fresh food in order to pick-up. This can be a mixture of fruit/vegetables, but the quantity will remain the same.

But what if I don't have that much?

We have some suggestions:

  • Share with your neighbors + friends

  • Contact a nearby shelter/community center/food bank

  • Create a trading system with your neighbors

  • Get creative freeze/dehydrate/ can for future use/sharing

  • Give us a shout if you need more ideas or donation avenues!

Why am I donating my extra fruit/vegetables?

More than 70,000 hungry New Mexicans seek food assistance every week, between 30% - 40% are children and 21% are seniors over the age of 60. We believe fresh food is a human right and harvest season is a great time to share extra food + build community.

Don't worry- we've got you!

Just click HERE to schedule a FIFABQ Led Harvest!

OH - Wait

I definitely need

help harvesting!

Do you need gleaners?

We can help!

Give us a call/text or email harvest@fifabq.org

Farmers