Schools turn to farm products, local artisans in fundraising efforts – Washington Post

November 16, 2016 / FarmRaiser in the News / Comments: 0

Thanks to Alejandra Matos from the Washington Post for the wonderful article on FarmRaiser’s healthy approach to fundraising using local, farm and artisan products.  The article showcases the benefits to schools, farmers, and supporters of the fundraiser and highlights Alexandria Country Day School, Glaize Apples, Blue Ridge Produce, and Undone Chocolates.

Elizabeth Lockwood hands Evelyn Tucker, 11, the apples she bought while farmer David Glaize watches, in front of the Alexandria Country Day School in Alexandria, Va., on Nov. 5. Schools are changing the way they raise funds through FarmRaiser. (Kate Patterson/For The Washington Post) 

Source: Schools turn to farm products, local artisans in fundraising efforts – The Washington Post

Japhet Koteen

Japhet Koteen

Japhet is the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Marketing at FarmRaiser.He believes in the power of good food and good business to change the world.
Japhet Koteen

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