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Seminary Hill Farm works with a number of organizational partners – directly and through MTSO’s Community Food and Wellness Initiative – to offer good food for all.

We have engaged with these partners to offer such things as free food and education around small-scale farming and preparation of fresh produce.

Food Leads works to help Black Columbus residents manage their Type 2 diabetes through improved nutrition.

Franklinton Farms is a nonprofit urban farm dedicated to growing and sharing food, creating beauty, and building community with its neighbors.

HEAL (Healthy Eating and Living) is a program of Community Development for All People. It seeks to build a healthy community by increasing access to fresh food and engaging people in healthy living activities.

People in Need Inc. of Delaware County provides families and individuals with a nutritious, well-balanced diet during their time of need.

The Sacred Table Community Garden is part of a an effort on Columbus’ west side to live out God’s radical hospitality by welcoming all to the table.

The Linden Farmers Market provides opportunity for investment, growth and sustainability in minority farmers, gardeners and food producers, while highlighting the partnerships between local community organizations and residents.

Lutheran Social Services Food Pantries offers a source of nourishment and hope to families who are food insecure, providing a choice food pantry model that empowers clients to select their own food.