What is their goal/mission?
Starting with the 2008 recession, Zsofia and Zsolt Pasztor started a school farming program at their children’s Everett school to help feed families of the students. Since then, they have been creating gardening spaces and teaching others how to utilize sustainable practices such as aquaponics, conservation agriculture, intensive gardening and urban farming.
How to they accomplish their mission?
Farmer Frog partners with local schools, neighborhood gardens, and farm sites to help those in their community learn sustainable farming practices in addition to providing fresh food delivery to those in need. When COVID started, Farmer Frog switched focus to food distribution across the Pacific Northwest. Servicing hundreds of thousands of Washington households, Farmer Frog also worked with sister organizations to distribute food to three million households in 36 other states: including 315,000 tribal members. As of May 2021, Farmer Frog has facilitated the distribution of over 110 million pounds of food.
Some ways you can help Farmer Frog:
In addition to naming Farmer Frog as a beneficiary in your estate plan, you may consider supporting them with monetary donations that support sustainable agriculture practices. Farmer Frog also offers a Good Food Treasure Box program where donors can sponsor families.
If you are considering including Farmer Frog or one of your other favorite charities in your estate plan, contact Three60 Law Group to learn more about how to ensure your plan aligns with your charitable-giving wishes.