Become involved in our mission!

At Littleton Community Farm, our mission is to reduce hunger in our community, to become a center for farm-based education, a model for responsible land and soil stewardship, and a place for community connection. Together we are stewards of the land and each other. Your donation enables us to fulfill our mission, bringing people closer to the land, their food and each other. Together we do make a difference!

There are different ways to donate to Littleton Community Farm!


  • Contribute via our secure online form

Click HERE to donate via our secure online form.


  • Send a check via postal mail

Donors may also send checks via postal mail, payable to:

Littleton Community Farm
PO Box 1186
Littleton, MA 01460


  • Contribute while shopping at Amazon.com using AmazonSmile

Click HERE and change your charity to Littleton Community Farm at your Amazon.com account.

Or go to smile.amazon.com and choose Littleton Community Farm as your charitable organization.


  • Contributing while shopping online via GivingAssistant.org

Support Littleton Community Farm while you shop! Join Giving Assistant to start donating 3% to 30% of online purchases from stores like Sears (7%), ULTA (2%), and Staples (5%).

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Littleton Community Farm is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your generous financial donation.

Please feel free to contact Christopher Grallert, President for more information at: cgrallert@littletoncommunityfarm.org

LCF’s budgeted expense items for 2017: Items we also need (used or new)
  • Salaries
  • Soil fertility
  • Rent
  • Gas
  • Educational Programs
  • Seeds
  • Water
  • Bank charges 
  • Insurance 
  • Waste disposal
  • Space rental for classes and workshops
  • Electricity
  • Seed Library
  • Repairs
  • Licenses
  • Harvest totes
  • A truck
  • Farm and gardening tools like shovels, rakes, trowels, hoses, fittings,        trowels, gloves and more
  • Office equipment like a projector and printer for marketing material
  • Tomato trellises
  • Equipment storage shed
  • Tables and chairs to be used for classes (outdoors)
  • A permanent space to hold classes and workshops
  • Large tent for classes
  • White board (standing, to be used outside)
  • Postage