Help us reach our goal of raising $10,000 in 10 weeks to support our work in Lincoln! Each year, we invite our supporters to join us in celebration of another successful season and to help us prepare for next year’s work. From harvesting in the fields to harvesting support from generous donors like you, our work continues to make a vital impact in Lincoln. Your support is the key to ensure that we can continue to strengthen our community and grow the local food economy.

We thank you in advance for your support! Stay tuned over the coming weeks for more information about the Harvest Campaign and to learn more about our impact in Lincoln. At anytime, you can make a one-time or recurring donation online, or find other ways to support Community Crops.

I want to support Community Crops during the Harvest Campaign.

Thank you to our 2017 Harvest Campaign Sponsors!



To see how your donation makes an impact, watch this short video featuring students, farmers and gardeners from across our programs:

Will you give today to help Community Crops GROW?

I want to support Community Crops during the Harvest Campaign.



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Other Ways to Give


By Mail:  Send a check to Community Crops at 1551 S. 2nd Street, Lincoln NE 68502.

By Stock: Over the age of 70?  You can donate directly to Community Crops from their IRA, and not have to include the donation as taxable income. This means neither you nor Crops has to pay any capital gains taxes on these funds. Community Crops has set up a brokerage account with RBC Wealth Management (Account #31752815) to facilitate these transfers.

Donations of Stuff: Browse our wishlist for items we need. Any garden tools in good condition will be happily received!

On Amazon: Donate every time you shop on Amazon, through Amazon Smile.

For the Future:  Planned gifts are a crucial source of future funding that enables Community Crops to grow gardens long into the future.  Simply including Community Crops (Tax ID #20-3174357) in your will or estate plan is easy to do.

Thank you for growing food where you live!