Local, organic agriculture. Environmental education.

Farm to Food Pantry. A Community Service Program 2016

Too many shelves in local food pantries are full of canned items and boxes of food. Very few food pantries are able to offer organic vegetables. The number of clients visiting food pantries is ever increasing. Holly Hill Farm is poised to help make inroads and donate healthy organic produce. The need is now.

Complete your community service requirements by growing, harvesting and delivering produce to local food pantries.

Teens 15-18 years old

Volunteer Program, no fee required

Summer Session: 9am – noon, Monday – Friday, June 6 – August 26

The Summer Application is available by calling  781-383-6565. Mail completed applications to Jon Belber, Education Director, Holly Hill Farm, 236 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset MA 02025

Fall Session: 3-5pm, Wednesdays & Fridays, beginning September 7 & 9 through November 12.

Contact Education Director, Jon Belber at 781-383-6565 or email



Farm Pantry HarvestHelp learn about, cultivate, and deliver fresh organic produce to local food panties.

We have an important opportunity and responsibility to grow and provide healthy vegetables and herbs for all. The Friends of Holly Hill Farm sees a responsibility to provide food and education for all those in our community and for all communities in need.

Many high school students need to complete hours for community service in order to graduate or honor society or for the sake of being helpful. Students are invited to participate for a 20-hour work week (or for more weeks).

During the week, students work on the Farm both in the fields and in the designated Farm to Food Pantry Garden. Then they take part in getting the produce to organizations who hand out to clients in Cohasset, Hull and Quincy.

This rewarding program will occur throughout the growing season, so participants can see the process of seed to harvest and know they are helping their neighbors and those in need.