Women’s Philanthropy to hold ‘Evening on the Farm’ on May 1

Women’s Philanthropy of Jewish Federation of St. Louis will hold “An Evening on the Farm” on Sunday, May 1. Participants will enjoy an organic meal straight from the farm in a beautiful setting at Claverach Farm.

In addition to dinner, women will:

• Learn about Amir/Cultivating Justice STL, a cohort of local Jews participating in a year-long gardening fellowship growing food for local food pantries and focusing on social justice education and activism.

• Make Mother’s Day gift bags for clients of the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry

• Donate fresh fruits and vegetables to those without access to produce.

Claverach Farm is 300 acres of rugged ground in the Ozark Hills of Eureka, 20 miles outside of Saint Louis. They have been farming using organic and biological methods for 20 years, selling specialty produce and microgreens to restaurants and at farmer’s markets.

Limited space available. RSVP at WP.JFedSTL.org/EveningontheFarm. This event is co-chaired by Stacy Abeles and Angela Sandler.