Willamette Farm & Food Coalition
We’ve made giving easy at WFFC – and we make every dollar count! This year we have two ways that you can maximize your giving:
Matching funds on donations
Make an online donation between now and December 31st, 2013 at midnight, and your donation will be matched by a generous donor. So if you have always wanted to give more, now is the time to double your impact! Click here to make your matching donation.
Give while you shop
This holiday, shop all your favorite online retailers (Amazon, REI, Best Buy and so many more!) and they will donate a percent of your sale to Willamette Farm and Food Coalition. All you have to do is follow the link below to the Causera website, and then shop away – the retailer will track that you travelled from Causera and will donate their chosen percent to our account. Make your money work double-time! Click here to shop via Causera.
Thanks to the 600 plus people who came out to “fill their pantries”!
The winner of the Locavore Basket raffle was Kailey Loveland of Springfield.
Our 10th anniversary issue is more user friendly than ever. This comprehensive guide to sourcing foods grown, raised and processed in Lane County is FREE. Read more.
Take Root Willamette Valley magazine takes you on a trip to local farms and gardens where the freshest ingredients - fruits, vegetables, grains, meats, cheeses, and herbs - end up at your nearby farmers’ market, your family’s pantry, and the kitchens of some of your favorite restaurants.
100% Organic cotton with WFFC's logo printed on back. Women's are brown, men's are sage green, and all are available in small, medium, large and extra large. They are available for sale at the WFFC office, the Lane County Farmers Market, and online at Eugene Local Foods under "other products."
When you buy Farm to School Fuji apples at participating retailers in the Eugene area including Kiva, Friendly Street Market, Sundance, Capella, Red Barn, New Frontier and Eugene Local Foods, profits from the sale will support the Willamette Farm and Food Coalition's Farm to School Program! For more information visit www.organicgrown.com