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Fresh food for those most in need: Felicia’s Farm provides eggs and fresh produce to give a much needed nutritional boost to the homeless and hungry in Tucson. Felicia’s Farm donates- free of charge – vegetables and eggs produced on the farm to local soup kitchens and other organizations serving those in need.  We donate an average of 700 pounds of produce and 130+ dozen eggs each week, helping over 3,200 people experiencing homelessness and others living with food insecurity have improved nutrition. With the support of donors, grantors and people like you, Felicia’s Farm can continue providing food that people otherwise might not receive.

Beneficiaries 

Casa Maria Soup Kitchen. Director Brian Flagg stated the Felicia’s Farm donations are a huge help. Produce goes in family food bags and in the soup served on site. Eggs are hard boiled and given in the take away lunch bags (clients often ask if there is an egg in their lunch bag). Casa Maria serves between 500 and 800 people each day. 

Casa San Juan.  Our produce and eggs go into Family bags that are distributed to up to 80-150 families twice a month.

Lend A Hand Senior Assistance.  Lend A Hand helps seniors and people with disabilities stay in their homes by providing various services in 12 central neighborhoods.  Felicia’s Farm donates some of the produce that goes out twice a month in 110 grocery bags to those needing assistance.

Our Place Clubhouse.  Our Place Clubhouse provides a community of mutual support for adults in mental health recovery. Felicia’s Farm provides produce and eggs to help empower individuals with serious mental illness who are also experiencing food insecurity.

Casa Del La Luz and Peppi’s House. (TMC) hospice programs receive flowers we grow (to draw pollinators to our plants) to brighten days for patients and their families.

Urban farming: In tandem with these efforts, Felicia’s Farm also educates the community about urban farming. In an average year, over 1,000 volunteers and visitors come to the farm. Most come in service to their community and all learn about the hunger issue in Tucson, growing their own food, raising chickens, and sustainable farming techniques.

Community:  Felicia’s Farm is a place where connections are made, a place where people of all ages and backgrounds can give their time to help others. It’s a place of learning and participation.  School groups, College students, Retirees, Special Needs Groups, Businesses, Non-Profit organizations, Community Service participants, and other Individuals work together to help donate top-quality produce and eggs to those in need in the community. 

Overview of Felicia’s Farm