Please note: In 2022, Real Food Share changed its name to Real Food CT.
Real Food Share was highlighted in the premier episode of RE:SOURCE:FUL, a special series on growing sustainable communities in Connecticut.
Organizational Highlight: Real Food Share: Newtown-Based Nonprofit Harvests Locally Grown Produce for Food Pantries and Shelters, Growing Community Along the Way
CT House GOP Newsroom. July 20, 2022. Connecticut state representative, Mitch Bolinsky, visited one of the Real Food CT Giving Gardens for a tour our our farm and our actions toward food security in Connecticut.
Newtown Bee. May 31, 2022. Real Food CT hosts a monthly workshop from March to October, guiding home gardeners through a complete gardening season.
Newtown Bee. April 15, 2022. This month, Real Food Share officially changed its name to Real Food CT to better align with its future goals and projects.
Natural Awakenings. April, 2022. This article highlights our mission and our Giving Gardens, Farm-to-Pantry, and Small Farm Model programs.
Newtown Bee. March 3, 2022. Real Food Share is highlighted in this week’s “Editorial Inkdrops”. A nice summation of the work we do, and a call to action for community involvement.
iEatGreen Podcast. February 3, 2022. Natural Food Chef, Food Activist, and Radio Host Bhavani Jaroff interviews Sean Fitzpatrick, founder of Real Food Share in this episode. Interview begins at 13:12.
News 12 CT. April 29, 2020. News segment highlighting the beneficial work of non-profit, Read Food Share.
Newtown Bee. April 26, 2020. Full-length news article reporting on Real Food Share’s role in building a food system to mitigate food insecurity in the state’s most vulnerable populations.
Newtown Bee. July 8, 2019.
Newtown Bee. July 28, 2020.