HANDS OF HOPE

Growing Together – Building Communities

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Organic food with local roots.

All proceeds go to Hands of Hope Charity.

Sign up to weekly / fortnightly fresh, local, in season food delivery with Hope Farm Organics. We are currently offering delivery (free) in the following postcodes: TN5, TN17, TN18, TN19, TN20, TN21, TN30, TN31, TN32, TN33, TN35 & TN36. Orders placed up until 23.59 on a Wednesday will be fulfilled that week. Any orders received after this time will be fulfilled the following week.

Browse through our products or click below to find out how the scheme works...

Receive a changing selection of organic fruit and/or veg each week – straight to your door.

Simply click on the size of box suitable for your needs and see what’s inside.

Subscribing is really easy…
You can set up an order to automatically repeat every week by clicking “every week” rather than “one-time purchase” when you check out. You can also change, increase or stop your recurring order at any time. 

1. Pick your box size and purchase frequency.
2. Add any extra farm products you might want.
3. We deliver on a Friday and you enjoy.

Seasonal Fruit & Veg
Get your organic fruit and veg with us and you’ll be signing-up to seasonal eating. You’ll enjoy fresh, tasty crops that are better for you and kinder to the environment.

ORDER & DELIVERY
Subscriptions placed up until 23.59 on a Wednesday will be fulfilled that week. Any subscriptions received after this time will be fulfilled the following week.

As well as providing a beautiful, green, unique space for members of our local community to enjoy delicious organic food and to purchase organic and local artisanal produce from our online shop, your support will be crucial to increasing our charitable projects to children and vulnerable groups. It means we will be able to:

  • Continue to provide fresh organic produce to local food banks and community support groups.
  • Provide children with nutritious cooked food during the holiday seasons.
  • Engage with schools and have school visits to teach children where their food comes from.
  • Increase the number of vulnerable individuals who can benefit from our social and therapeutic horticulture groups.
  • Offer work experience and accredited training.
  • Provide a richer and more diverse learning environment, including a covered outdoor classroom, which will benefit school children, NHS referrals for horticultural therapy, and adults with additional needs.

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