To make a sustaining donation to continuously support the work of Rivendell Farms of the Carolinas, please consider the following giving options to our 501(c)3 organization:
Boots on the Ground
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To make a single, one time donation to support one of the following RFC projects, please consider the following:
High School STEM & Technical Skill Certification
We are partnering with 100 Gardens to develop a certification program for soon to be high school graduates that would work to teach them valuable technical skills related to plumbing, construction, small animal husbandry and agriculture that will be transferable to many technical careers.
With sufficient funding, we plan to pilot this program at Stonewall Jackson Youth Development Center in Concord, NC.
Charlotte Regional Food System Map Project
The Charlotte Regional Food System Map Project (the MAP) is led by Rivendell Farms of the Carolinas in community partnership with non-profits, business partners, health care systems, public health agencies, and government agencies. The goal of the MAP is to increase the visibility and accessibility of the Charlotte food world to promote a strong, local food economy and to help bring light to the food access resources in the region.
Support the LAUNCH of the MAP by donating TODAY!
Piedmont Culinary Guild, Charlotte Mecklenburg Food Policy Council, Center for Environmental Farming Systems & Carolina Farm Stewardship Association
Sustainability Mini Series
We will be hosting a series of talks and interactive sustainability workshops at Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, NC. We are seeking input from the community on the specific issues they would like to learn more about. As a team, RFC is passionate about breaking the glass on “wind shield” sustainability by doing deep dives on specific topics related to energy, water, lifestyles, agriculture, climate change, etc.
Belmont Abbey College