The Corbin Hill Food Project
Corbin Hill Food Project (CHFP) is a Harlem-based food justice social enterprise that aggregates and distributes local and regional farm-fresh produce to NYC communities. Guided by our values of sovereignty, racial equity, and shifting decision-making power, we emphasize collaboration among Black, Latinx, and marginalized communities to create wealth and community ownership along the food value chain. We’re working towards a more equitable, just, sustainable food system by increasing accessibility and affordability of fresh food, creating future market access for BIPOC farmers, and forming alliances and partnerships with the potential to influence who owns land, grows, packs, transports, and sells food, and measures health in our communities, and ultimately who benefits from our food system.
Recent Grants Awarded
- The CCS grant will be used to service 85 unique individuals on a weekly basis. The target population is residents living in Manhattanville, Morningside Heights, and West Harlem neighborhoods.
- The CCS grant will assist the organization by providing affordable fresh food in Morningside Heights and Harlem through a weekly delivery of fresh produce distributed to seniors and families.