As part of a new marketing campaign to promote the Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care opening in Danvers this June, The Food Project is partnering with the North Shore Medical Center to help advance good health on the North Shore of Massachusetts.
“Every time a person clicks on the new Outpatient Care Center website, it will help support a donation to The Food Project,” says Laura Fleming, Director of Marketing and Public Relations. “Our goal is to both build awareness for our new facility in Danvers and give something back to the community.”
The Food Project’s North Shore site consists of three farms in Beverly, Ipswich and Lynn. Together, they are the site for our North Shore youth development work, where we hire 30 youth each summer to be a part of our Summer Youth Program. These youth will grow food and distribute it through farmers’ markets in Lynn, Gloucester, and Marblehead, a Community Supported Agriculture program, and through donations to hunger relief organizations on the North Shore.