The New Jersey Agricultural Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, working to preserve and promote agriculture and related activities in New Jersey. Our programs educate school children, engage the community, address food waste and food insecurity, and train the next generation of leaders in our field. In order to continue our work, we rely on donations from supporters like you. If you have funds to spare, whether $5 or $500, please consider contributing to NJAS or one of our programs: Farmers Against Hunger, Learning Through Gardening, or Agricultural Leadership Development.
To mail in a donation, make checks payable to the NJ Agricultural Society, specify the program in the memo line, and mail to:
For donations to the Farmers Against Hunger program, feel free to use the following form:
Thank you to our financial supporters...
The New Jersey Agricultural Society is supported by an ever-growing community of individual donors, private foundations, corporations, and government agencies. The movement to buy local, eat fresh, and support neighborhood farms is constantly inspiring new interest and investment in New Jersey agriculture and the mission of NJAS. Our work is made possible through the generosity of the groups listed below, alongside countless other individuals.
Last updated: Oct 19, 2020