Feed'em Freedom Foundation

BIPOC-Led Organization


Feed’em Freedom Foundation (FFF) ignites and centers Black Agriculturists to participate as owners and movement leaders within agriculture, land stewardship, regional food security response, and economic prosperity.

Bottom Line for Portland

Believing in abundance, Wingi, Swahili for abundance, launched in 2023. It liberates surplus food, supports producers, and feeds our community. This year, it advances workforce development, reduces waste, and fosters a sense of belonging through food. Localized sourcing empowers diverse businesses and connects cultural foods with their communities. Your support fuels our food sovereignty work, impacting both our organization and the wider community.


A Quote from a farm partner: “Making sure quality food gets into the hands of families and people that otherwise wouldn't be able to afford like at farmers markets or the selection of things at grocery stores. As prices have been going up and so it's hard to sustain ourselves but finding out about this grant really it was a huge relief!  it was a huge relief to be able to connect the food with people that otherwise wouldn't be able to afford it or be able to afford the diversity of products that we can make but then also being able to sustain ourselves as a family in a small operation and so relief is the first thing that comes to mind because now there's a pathway or at least more pathways being made that we can get directly to families and people that need it.“ -Sotoi Farms

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Feed’em Freedom Foundation(FFF) focuses on creating culturally relevant spaces that provide respite as well as access to resources and opportunities for the Black and Brown Community. Through their connection to Mudbone Grown and other Black, Indigenous, and POC farmers and producers, FFF works to uplift their presence and to help dismantle the anti-black, anti-racist narrative that permeates in the current food system. FFF understands that hunger is driven and perpetuated by inequities due to structural racism and seeks to provide resources to address those factors while working to foster change for the Black Community.


When announced the first 50 people who donate $15 and write Moon in the memo area will get a 2024 Moon Calendar

On the BGD for Portland Nursery - 4 additional people will win a $50 gift cards to Portland Nursery


Sharita Towne - Artist

Portland Nursery

$15,910 raised of $30,000 goal
146 donations
53% of Goal


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Year Founded: 2021

Tax ID: 862141093

Feed'em Freedom Foundation is in the Hunger category which is sponsored by New Seasons Market.

They're a small-sized organization with activities in Multnomah Co.

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