Maine Foodscapes is a non-profit sponsored organization empowering people to become healthier and more self-sufficient in their daily lives by helping people grow good food for themselves and their community. We believe that everybody deserves access to healthy food and the ability to provide that food for themselves and their families.
Through the work of the Foodscapes Garden Project (FGP) we improve the quality of life and nutrition of low-income seniors, individuals, and families by building raised-bed gardens at their homes. The Foodscapes Garden Project works with families in Cumberland and York County.
Call (207) 671-6306 to process a donation by credit or debit card over the phone.
Write a check to "Maine Foodscapes" and mail to:
Maine Foodscapes P.O. Box 455 Saco, ME 04072 We thank you for your generous donation. It is because of donors like YOU that our work is possible. We can't do it without your help! Let's bridge the gap between healthy food and people in our communities and thrive together!
Sincerely and with deep gratitude, The 2019 Maine Foodscapes Leadership Committee
Our non-profit fiscal sponsor is the New England Grassroots Environment Fund. Without which, our work would not be possible. We would like to express our deep gratitude from the bottom of our hearts to the New Hampshire-based organization that is currently supporting our project (along with many other small grassroots organizations across New England) at the start of our journey.
We owe a lot to our Community Partner, Garbage to Garden. Thanks to our community partner, Foodscapes Gardeners have access to the nutrient-rich and chemical-free medium necessary to develop their own self-empowerment by way of growing fresh produce. Healthy food begins with healthy soil. Thank you for helping our gardens grow, Garbage to Garden!