Teens For Food Justice was featured in The Spoon on September 17, 2018.
“TFFJ, a nonprofit created in 2009 to involve at-risk-area teens in community service projects. A second farm launched in 2016, and TFFJ now operates in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Brooklyn at Title 1 schools. These schools typically serve low-income areas, many of which are also food-insecure zones.”
“It’s also a vicious cycle. As anyone who’s ever skipped a meal knows, hunger throws both brain and body out of whack and can severely impact things like the ability to concentrate and even make sound decisions.” Click here to read the full article.