Empowering Teens Feeding Communities Building a Healthy Sustainable Future

teens for food justice in action

  • Staff Spotlight: Harrison Hillier, Hydroponics Manager

    Harrison Hillier was an ordinary farmer who spent his time in grad school breeding sweet potatoes until two years ago when he made the unconventional …More →
  • Changemakers on the Move

    What does social entrepreneurship mean to 6th and 7th graders? TFFJ students at the Urban Assembly Unison school have an answer to that. Over the …More →
  • Girls Mean Business

    Many careers in science, technology, engineering, and math have above average earning potential and job security, but unfortunately girls are underrepresented in advanced STEM coursework, …More →

Here’s How We Raised
$60K for Food Justice
= in 30 Days

In December, over 150 supporters
answered the call to help raise
$60,000 for three, brand-new
student-build school farms that will
grow thousands of pounds of
produce for families in need!

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