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Good Harvest

1901 62nd St., Suite 3906
Baltimore, MD 21237
Phone: 410-982-0852
Contact: Majid Zaghari, Vice President
Website: St. Vincent de Paul Good Harvest

Function of Organization/Site

Good Harvest, a social enterprise of St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore, produces about 7,500 healthy and delicious meals a day for low income children, families and seniors each day.  Good Harvest has long-term partnerships with Head Start programs, summer and after-school programs, homeless shelters, adult day care programs and child care centers, which serve our meals to their customers.  Good Harvest is known for serving a fresh fruit at each lunch and supper, using whole grains wherever possible, and dedicated customer service.  About 90% of the sites that we serve are either in or adjoining a “food desert.”  Good Harvest partners with St. Vincent de Paul’s food service workforce development program, Next Course, which is co-located and is an integral part of our food production.  About 100 students are part of this program each year, 85% of whom graduate with a ServSafe food service certificate,  enabling them to gain employment where they earn close to or a full living wage. 

Good Harvest’s mission is to help children eat right and be healthy for life.  Our values include:

Involvement Opportunities

Volunteer Training

No formal volunteer training is required. Volunteer must complete a volunteer application


Bus route #56 and #30