Rolling Grocer 19

The mission of Rolling Grocer 19 is to increase the health and collective well-being of Columbia County residents by making local, natural and organic food available to them at fair prices based on our unique, Fair Pricing System. Over the last six years, Rolling Grocer 19 (RG19) has established itself as a community-driven food equity project benefitting farmers, producers, and residents of the 19 townships of Columbia County.

All Relations United

We utilize the Lakota philosophy of Mitakuye Oyasin, "we are all related," as our guiding principle, to unite, reinvest in and empower our communities. We use traditional teachings along with modern and technological knowledge to advance education, promote culture, further self-sufficiency especially food sovereignty, and to encourage reconciliation and cooperation among all peoples, creating pathways to living in unity.

Eats Park City

EATS stands for Eat Awesome Things and began in 2013 concerned with the goal of removing the 15 most harmful ingredients from school lunch. Fast forward to where scratch-made lunch has now become a reality in all seven of the school district’s elementary and middle schools. With school lunch now on a healthier path, EATS remains dedicated to its mission of empowering and growing healthy communities with fun, food, and nutrition advocacy.

Sustainable Food Center Inc.

Sustainable Food Center (SFC) transforms the food system to nourish our health, land, and livelihoods. Our deep relationships with regional producers and longtime programs that improve access to nutritious foods have enabled SFC to expand our scope statewide. We effect positive change through programs that support small and midsize farmers, increase nutritious food access, and advocate for policies that support regenerative agricultural practices and state funding for nutrition incentives.

Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley Inc.

The mission of Second Harvest Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley and Northeast Pennsylvania is “to obtain food and distribute it to people in need through area non-profits, and to provide resources for education and advocacy to end hunger.” We distribute nutritious food, break barriers to create access, provide nutrition education, advocate to end food insecurity, and work to attain food justice. Second Harvest respects and preserves the dignity of every person served.

18 Reasons

18 Reasons is a nonprofit community cooking school on a mission to empower our community with the confidence and creativity needed to buy, cook, and eat good food every day. We offer three food education programs: our 18th Street Kitchen program, which raises money through ticket sales; and our free Cooking Matters and Nourishing Pregnancy programs for families in low-income neighborhoods, which offer cooking and nutrition education, grocery donations, maternal health support, and peer support.

Hawthorne Valley Association Inc.

The mission of Rolling Grocer 19 is to increase health and community in Columbia County by making wholesome food available to its residents and visitors. RG19 is a county-wide, food justice project anchored by a full-service not-for-profit grocery store. It offers  local and organic products in all categories through its “three-tiered pricing system” to ensure fair access for people of all income levels.

Hope & Main

Hope & Main’s mission is to empower an inclusive community of entrepreneurs to jumpstart & cultivate thriving food businesses that are the foundation of a more just, sustainable & resilient local food economy. We assist food-preneurs to launch and scale their businesses. We have licensed more 450+ businesses in 9 yrs, including 60% women-owned and 40% people of color-owned businesses. Our program is designed to drive economic mobility for individuals & economic development for local communities.