Your donation will help Sole Food Farms achieve it's mission to empower individuals with limited resources by providing jobs, agricultural training and inclusion in a supportive community of farmers and food lovers, and by sharing our story, you'll help raise awareness to our organization.

Make a gift of $250 or more and we will send you a copy of Street Farm: Growing food, jobs, and hope, on the urban frontier (Chelsea Green, 2016) which tells the story of the founding of Sole Food Farms.

To support the work of Sole Food please mail your tax deductible donation to Cultivate Canada,

#210 – 128 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B-1G8

or use the form below to make your donation right now. 

(U.S donors - Please follow this link to our partner at Charities Aid Foundation America (CAF America). Your tax deductible donation will be directed to Cultivate Canada and you will receive your charitable tax receipt within two weeks.)

Sole Food Street Farms is wholly owned by the Cultivate Canada Society.

Cultivate Canada Society is a registered charity established to demonstrate and interpret the vital connections between farming, land stewardship, and community well being; to model the economic and social possibilities for small and medium scale urban and rural agricultural and forestry projects, to address disparities in access to healthy food and the knowledge to produce it, and to nurture the human spirit through public programs, classes, and events. Solefood Street Farms is wholly owned by Cultivate Canada, which oversees its operations and activities.

2020 Charitable Partner

Harris and Company LLP

Major Donors

Radcliffe Foundation, SpencerCreo Foundation, Swift Foundation, Berman Family Foundation, Vancity Community Foundation, Vancity Capital, City of Vancouver, Terry Hui, Ken Vidalin, Sue and Wieland Wettstein, Anonymous, Knifewear, Tweed Collective.


Harris Company LLP, Central City Foundation, TD FEF Fund, Natures Path, the Real Estate Foundation of BC, Social Venture Partners, British Columbia Automobile Association, Salt Spring Coffee, Rory Holland, Rob and Ruth Peters, Vancouver Foundation, Modus Planning, Design & Engagement

Infrastructure and Materials Partners

BW Global Structures Inc., Valhalla Inc., Eco-soil, Gaia Green, West Coast Reduction

Board of Directors

Russell Precious, Mickey McLeod, Katie Blake, Deborah Curran, and John Bishop.