Access to nutritious food is a right, not a privilege.

In 2022, over 2 million (21%) of Australian households have experienced severe food insecurity. Rising living costs and supply issues due to climate impact are contributing to families skipping meals or going whole days without eating.

In turn, charities cannot keep up with the demand for fresh fruit and vegetables, hot meals and hampers as they too struggle to cope with the sharp increase to food prices.

We are working to build a network of charity farms, from Tweed Heads to Cairns, to feed Australians in need, for free, all year round.

Our solution

Sustainable charity farming

Using a range of low-impact growing and farming methods, we will produce fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, wild edibles, honey, bush foods, chicken eggs and fish across out network farms across Queensland.

Donating our fresh produce

The food we grow is freely donated to local charities and food security agencies, providing vulnerable communities with continual access to good-quality and nutritious food in all seasons.

Creating community

We are stronger, and healthier, together. By educating and nurtuing like-minded and supportive members, we will strengthen communities and make a real impact on a very real problem.

Our farms

Our newest suburban charity farm, Loganlea State High School will have an emphasis on building community, education and providing fresh produce to charities that support the Logan region.

Opening late 2023, Barns Lane Farm will be more than just a farm, it'll be a sustainable tourist attraction!

We can't wait to join this community and help feed those in need on the Sunshine Coast. Get in touch if you want to support this project.

Our flagship farm, nestled in the picturesque valley of Samford in Brisbane's north-west.

Stop by for fresh produce collection, community events and a peek at this thriving organic charity farm.