Homefields Incorporated

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Residential Mission:

To create financially secure, long-term homes in safe, family-like settings where there is respect for the individual in a holistic sense, and fun and creativity are revered as basic human needs.

Vocational Mission:

To provide agricultural facilities for individuals who prosper with supported employment; to nurture integration through community interaction; and to cultivate a spirit of volunteerism within our community.

Homefields is a nonprofit organization, 501(c)3

EIN: 23-2744180

How You Can Help

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Your donations have helped us achieve our missions of providing both secure homes and supported employment in a successful agricultural program. The residents of Homefields and the farmer trainees thank you for all you have done. Your support has brought very real changes to many lives.

Our new goal is to provide more homes for adults with mental retardation, a short term goal being to expand our programs to the adjacent property.

Rest assured that now and in the future the Board of Homefields will watch every dollar entrusted to us and never take your support for granted. We are all volunteers, with no paid staff. All of your donations benefit adults with special needs.

Homefields is incorporated as a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Donations from within the USA are tax deductible.

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Learn About the Vocational Program

Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Pennsylvania collaborated with Homefields in 1997 to explore the viability of a program that incorporates horticulture and providing employment and training opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities or other special needs. With the help of many specialists from many fields, a plan came together that included developing a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, converting an eight acre horse farm into a diversified produce farm, and integrating trainee horticulturists as the primary force behind the production.

Goodwill at Homefields CSA will supply over 175 shares this year. We also continue to progress in training adults with developmental disabilities and other special needs, with over 200 participants in this program. The program infrastructure has been developed considerably by Homefields to allow for growth in our training and production.