Donate to NOFA/MassNOFA Mass2021-04-27T10:50:44-04:00
Donate to NOFA/Mass
Thank you so much for your support!
All donations go directly to high quality education and advocacy for organic agriculture in Massachusetts and the region. We use every penny with the frugality of a farmer!
Your donation to NOFA/Mass will help support:
Restoring carbon to the soil from the atmosphere through organic land management practices
Training the next generation of organic farmers
Advocating for public policy in the interest of farmers and consumers at the state and national levels
Strengthening connections with underserved populations to improve their access to organic farming resources
Donations can be made quickly and easily via credit card. If you would prefer to pay by check please find our mailing address, NOFA/Mass PO Box 60043 Florence, MA 01062.
We welcome one time donations or regular monthly donations through our Sustaining Donor Program (read more below). Thank you so much!
Help SUSTAIN NOFA/Mass through 2021… one month at a time
Sustaining Donors become Sustaining Members as long as your monthly commitment continues. Commit to a small recurring donation each month and automatically receive an ongoing Family/Small Farm membership with NOFA/Mass! Never worry about your yearly membership dues again. Read about the benefits that come along with NOFA/Mass membership here and join the crew via your recurring monthly donation today.
Monthly donations give NOFA/Mass a stable, dependable source of funds to build and maintain the local organic movement. Education, policy, beginning farmer, food access, carbon farming, soil testing and technical assistance, bulk order, and more. Sustainers also help us to reduce our fundraising costs and can be cancelled anytime by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your investment in growing the local organic food and farming movement and, more importantly, for your commitment to ensuring the health of food and this planet for future generations.
NOFA Massachusetts is designated by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as tax-exempt as defined is section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code and, as such, contributions to NOFA/Mass above regular membership dues are tax-deductible