Supporting 200 small family farmers and food producers from the Mid-Atlantic region, FRESHFARM educates the public about food and the environment, sustains the local food economy, and works to ensure access to breads, meats, dairy, and locally grown products. Offering a match for those using federal nutrition benefits like SNAP, WIC, or Senior Nutrition Coupons, each market also partners with a neighborhood emergency provider to donate leftover food for use in their daily menus. The FoodPrints program helps students develop a preference for healthier foods by growing, harvesting, cooking, and enjoying seasonal produce in hands-on lessons, and parents and caregivers are invited into the classroom to volunteer and learn with their children. The Pop Up Food Hub works with nearly 70 community organizations to provide more than 6,000 children, families, and seniors with fresh, local food. There are so many ways to serve!