On September 14th, join us for dinner & drinks, live music, and a silent auction at Boston Golf Club!
Proceeds from the dinner will provide local families in need with fresh, organic food from local farms, including Holly Hill Farm and Norwell Farms. By attending, you’ll help to increase food security for South Shore families and you’ll support local agriculture! At the event, you’ll enjoy a delicious dinner prepared by Boston Golf Club's Chef Augie, live bluegrass music by The Brothers Weir, and a silent auction! You'll also have the chance to meet some of your local farmers, along with Blue Barn Farm Share Program family members.
Your participation will make a difference in the lives of families and farmers, and will support Blue Barn Farm Share Program’s mission to provide local families in need with no-fee nutrient dense, locally grown food, while also providing local farms market rate for the food they grow.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Date: Thursday, September 14th, 2017
Location: Boston Golf Club, 19 Old County Road, Hingham, MA
What To Wear: Cocktail attire
Summary: Boston Golf Club, with its lovely patio and beautiful surroundings, is a fabulous setting in which to enjoy a delicious dinner, a signature cocktail (along with beer & wine), live bluegrass music, and a silent auction. The evening will also include an introduction to the Blue Barn Farm Share Program, highlighting local families and farms that benefit from the program. It promises to be a fun evening out in support of a great cause!
Ticket Purchases: Spots are limited! Purchase your tickets on this page and invite your friends to join!
THE BLUE BARN FARM SHARE PROGRAM
Blue Barn is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 2015 by Hingham's very own Kaysea Hart. Its mission is to support local families and local farms. Nearly 50% of those at risk for hunger in Southeastern Massachusetts earn too much to be eligible for government-provided emergency food assistance, and it is this demographic that Blue Barn seeks to help. As one beneficiary of Blue Barn’s farm share program wrote:
The share is unbelievable. I’ve been trying to work on my own health and the health of my family by eating healthier food but it has been difficult because it’s very expensive to buy organic, local foods in the markets. This is good food. When my kids eat this food they are nourished and they’re full after eating it. I feel like I’m healing them from the inside out.
To learn more about Blue Barn and the great work they're doing on the South Shore, click here! For more information, you can also read this recent article from The Hingham Journal, "Farm Food For Limited-Income Families."
I CAN’T MAKE IT BUT I STILL WANT TO HELP!
Every $800 we raise on this fundraising page will support one local family in need with farm fresh organic food for an entire year! If you’d like to directly support a family in need, you can purchase 1/2, 3/4, or a whole family share through this page -- or -- you can make a donation in any amount - just click “Participate Now” and choose “I just want to help"!
All donations are 100% tax-deductible and Blue Barn Farm will issue a tax-deductible donation receipt to you. Thank you for your support!
JOIN US ON SEPTEMBER 14TH AT THE BOSTON GOLF CLUB!
To secure your spot, purchase your tickets here. Your participation will increase food security for local South Shore families and you’ll enjoy a great evening out with friends. We look forward to seeing you there!