From the good people we support.

Increasing Capacity for Regenerative Farming

Winterhill Farm and Garden is a regenerative family farm producing high quality, artisanal products using farming methods in sync with Mother Nature located in Rockwood, Ontario.

Growing Sales with Reusable Containers

The Conscious Kitchen is a female owned and operated meal delivery service sourcing imperfect produce from local farms that are difficult to sell and would otherwise go to waste.

Launching a Community Bond Campaign

Eat Local Grey Bruce intends to turn their loan into $200,000 of community bond investment - allowing all members of the co-operative and region to invest in Eat Local’s next stage of growth.

Using Unwanted Wool to Build Soil Health

Since 2008, All Sorts Acres located Ayton Ontario, has been exploring the potential of waste wool, a journey that began with wool from their own sheep. Learn how a loan from Harvest Impact supported the purchase of small scale pelletizing equipment.

Exploring community based food waste solutions

Abbey Gardens is located in Haliburton County, created to transform a spent gravel pit into a green space dedicated to developing economic, ecological, educational, and recreational growth. Their onsite Food Hub is a specialty grocery store where they sell products sourced within 200km, with 30% of products being made onsite, either in their commercial kitchen or grown in their market garden. Loan financing will take garden produce or products in the Hub that can't be sold (near expiry/spoilage) and package them into new products like preserves, frozen dinners and soups.

“Harvest Impact’s social finance approach proactively invests in companies, organizations and people to generate social, environmental, or cultural benefits alongside financial returns,” said Julia Grady, 10C Co-Founder and Executive Director.

Socially Financing Our Future

Our Food Future

A Smart Cities Circular Food Economy Project​

Inspired by the planet’s natural cycles, a circular food economy reorganizes and regenerates the systems that feed us, eliminating waste, replenishing our ecological systems, sharing economic prosperity, and nourishing our communities. In Guelph-Wellington, we are working to build a circular food economy that will achieve a 50% increase in access to affordable nutritious food, 50 new circular economy businesses and collaborations and a 50% increase in circular economic revenue by recognizing the value of waste.

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