Behind these doors….

A 10′ x 12′ cooler was constructed to keep gleaned produce fresh and ready for distribution to neighbors and the Little Free Farmstands on State and Middle Streets.  Many thanks to the City of Geneva for providing BluePrint the funds to make this project possible and the volunteers, led by Deacon Henry Farro, who brought the idea to life!


City of Geneva steps up to help Food Justice construct a walk-in cooler to store gleaned produce and increase distribution!

Read the article here. 


April 4, 2018

Deacon Henry Farro addresses Geneva City Council about the work of Food Justice:  View Presentation



February 16, 2018

A feature on our tax preparation program highlights the way in which we can provide assistance to filers who might otherwise be lured in by promises for low-fee/low-interest tax services that cost more than they should.



January 22, 2018

The Finger Lakes Times recently profiled our Food Justice efforts!


Geneva Food Justice Coalition gleans for the ‘forgotten,’”  Finger Lakes Times, September 2017!


Local coverage of our sustainable homeownership project (currently on hold as DEC cleanup continues):

Non-Profit to add $1 million to City tax base

A bit of press for our staff:

Lucas Sustainability Efforts

Augustine Receives Civic Award