Operation No Food Gap is working with communities for change... one city at a time in Palm Beach County, FL.
Mobile Food Pantry to the rescue, we make smoothies, provide fresh fruit, and gardening boxes for the kids.
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Growing Healthy Food, People & Communities
With roots in the land, we create opportunities for people to learn, lead and thrive!
Non-gmo organic food
ONFG works to ensure all underserved communities of Palm Beach County, FL
have access to fresh, healthy foods.
ONFG hosts pop-up Farmers Markets in under-resourced communities to make available non-GMO, organic foods for residents.
ONFG has partnered with Palm Beach School Board and JFK Middle School to establish the Urban Youth Culinary Program.
(Launching August 2022)
Give-Back-Garden. Hire ONFG to build a custom garden or design an edible landscape at your home or business! Your support subsidizes free gardens and services for low-income communities.
ONFG provides delivery services to ensure we are addressing barriers that prohibit individuals from receiving nourishing foods.
(Launching September 2022)
Bringing Communities Together.
There's a space for everyone in the ONFG world.
ONFG's community programs range from building small gardens at homes and restaurants, to partnering with local organizations and municipalities, to talent pipeline development, and engaging people in meaningful dialogue.
We believe that everyone is powerful regardless of current life circumstance, and that our work and community thrive by including diverse experiences, cultures, opinions, and beliefs.
Would you like to build gardens with your neighbors, learn more about cooking, canning or preserving, or even attend a training on ONFG's unique approach to addressing inequalities in food insecurities throughout Palm Beach County? We've got space for you in the ONFG world!
Inspiring Community Change
We empower our community to share our gifts with each other and grow together.
There are many ways to give back to your community with ONFG. Build deep relationships with people and the land, help to plant and grow healthy delicious food for you, your neighbors and those in need, help cultivate community leaders and -this is the good part- get your hands dirty!