The Hattie Carthan Community Garden/Market relies on support from our many community partners to provide amazing green programs to Central Brooklyn community residents. 

 

 

Thank You to the kind individuals and organizations who sent in various forms of support to help us continue to grow our resilience through your support and our grassroots efforts to grow and distribute food where we live. 

CURRENT PROGRAM SPONSORS

 

Robert Cornegy -

36th District Councilman

(City Council Discretionary Funds)

Merck family foundation -

Urban Agriculture Program
USDA -

Market Capacity and Promotions
Con Edison -

Urban Agriculture youth Corps
Levitt Foundation -

Urban Agriculture Youth Corps
Northstar Fund -

Alternative Institution Building
Jesse Noyes foundation -

Food Justice Program
Citizens Committee for NYC-

Wellness Circle on the Farm

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

 

Greenthumb NYC

Green Guerillas

Just Food
GrowNYC
BBG -

Greenbridge composting Program
Cornell Extension 
DOHMH -

Healthbucks
MTEC -

Magnolia Tree & Earth Center
Partnerships for Parks NYC
St Johns Bread & Life
Brooklyn Rescue Mission
East New York Farms
USDA Dept of Agriculture & Markets
Brooklyn Food Coalition
Brooklyn Health Disparities Center
NYC Beekeeping
Brooklyn Food and Fitness Task Force

WHO SHOULD CONSIDER SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY FARMERS' MARKET

  • Elected officials and community board representatives who are interested in supporting community revitalization/food justice in Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn.

  • Community gardeners who are interested in selling locally grown foods and ethnic crops within a 3 mile radius of  the Hattie Carthan  Community Garden.

  • Food activists who are ready to help our project organize around community food issues and build a local and national presence.

  • Local social service providers who can help conduct Food Stamp outreach in the market.

  • Economic and environmental justice advocates .

  • Food pantries staff who are interested in receiving left over fresh produce from the market.

  • Organizations who are interested in preserving Brooklyns agricultural heritage.

  • Locall farmers who are willing to drop off produce to our Central Brooklyn market.

  • Backyard and rooftop gardeners who can agree to a site inspection of their garden space.

  • High school students who want to help promote fresh food to youths or to learn more about growing and distributing food.

  • Herbalists, floral gardeners and master gardeners who are familiar with intensive growing for market and have focus for fieldwork.

  • Volunteers who wish to  help with harvesting and working in the market.

  • Local restaurants, organizations, food clubs and bodegas who are interested in purchasing fresh food. 

  • Media partners, Food writers & food artists.

  • Professional fundraisers.

  • Grant writers.

  • Community artists.

  • Craft vendors.

  • Holistic practitioners


THE HATTIE CARTHAN COMMUNITY MARKET IS A COMMUNITY BASED PROGRAM OF THE HATTIE CARTHAN GARDEN. TAX FREE CONTRIBUTIONS ARE KINDLY ACCEPTED

 

ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO HATTIE CARTHAN COMMUNITY GARDEN

 

If you would like to get involved or would like more information, Please contact Market Project Director Yonnette Fleming

(718) 638-3566 or hattiecarthangarden@yahoo.com