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Food security starts at home: from the ground up.

Thanks to your financial contributions, we are operating on an estimated annual budget of £92

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200 Harvests
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Steady, reliable, support for the harvest. Can be used for whatever is needed, manual labour (too... Read more

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Absolutely critical for a bountiful harvest. The humble honey bee will supply a full garden kit f... Read more

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A rare gift for any garden. Butterflies provide for two full family gardens in [email protected]

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Vickie Connally

£100 GBP since May 2020


Let’s get the ball rolling! This is where things get planned and sometimes this is where things get done. Ask questions, thank people for their efforts, and contribute your skills to the service of the community.

What would you give to feed a family for 10 weeks?

Published on April 27, 2020 by Emily Connally

We all know families who have been hit hard, financially, by COVID-19. Maybe one or both earners have lots wage jobs, or been furloughed with no anticipated income for at least a month. What would you give to lend them a hand, and help t...


See how money openly circulates through [email protected] All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!


by Emily Connally5/18/2020

-£53.00 GBP

Financial contribution to [email protected]

from Vickie Connally5/1/2020


Today’s balance

£91.90 GBP

Estimated annual budget

~ £91.90 GBP

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Emily Connally

Harvest @ Home was founded by a group running a food larder... we deliver to over 100 local households in need every week. We can do more...

Vickie Connally
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£100 GBP


Harvest @ Home is a community action group serving hundreds of families in Oxfordshire, UK.  Our motto is food security, from the ground up. What we do is empower low income households to become part of their own food supply chain. We provide supplies and support so people can grow their own produce. 

Every pound you donate helps families harvest their own produce at home. Our finances will purchase what we need to build garden kits. A full size starter kits include containers, tools, compost, seeds, plants, gloves, fertiliser, and guides. We also offer kid friendly and smaller units, indoor and windowsill containers, or just extra items for people who are already gardening but need a little help due to changes in their financial situation. Our finances will be completed transparent: you can see how much we have been spending, and what we spend it on right here in open collective. 

Harvest @ Home is made possible by partnerships with Cherwell Community Larder, Abundance, Co-Grow, Good Food Oxford, Oxford City Farm, Replenish, Community Action Oxfordshire and local councils and allotment associations. Through these partnerships we offer guides throughout the growing season, opportunities to engage and share progress, or trouble shoot, donation drives, and harvest shares. We also have a "trash to treasure" guide which teaches people how to safely recycle their rubbish into harden containers, how to make compost, and how to become more sustainable, one household at a time. 

Our short term goals are to help people feed themselves during the COVID-19 crisis. Longer term, however, we are promoting social change toward a more sustainable society. We are equipping low income households with the tools and skills to take ownership over part of their food supply chain.