Harvest Fair wouldn’t be able to launch without the support of our community.
In 2016 we ran a crowd-funding campaign through StartSomeGood in which over 30 people generously donated. As part of this crowdfunding campaign we also undertook a live pitch at Pitch4Good during Open State in which we raised more funds from our audience, which was generously matched by Open State.
In March 2017 Harvest Fair was a grateful winner and recipient of an Awesome Foundation Adelaide grant!
Harvest Fair is also grateful to out partners and supporters who have provided services to Harvest Fair at a discount – in particular Erin from Red Pencil Designs for our beautiful logo and food label, and our accredited practising dietitians from Bloom Nutrition Studio.
Harvest Fair is very pleased to be partnering with the Women’s Community Centre of SA who have generously invited Harvest Fair into their centre for use of their commercial kitchen space at a discounted rate – our missions align beautifully and we are so happy to provide a safe space for women to undertake their culinary work.
Harvest Fair Supporters
A group of South Australian therapists who work across social work, psychology, mental health, family therapy and yoga teaching came together to form the Adelaide Trauma Centre – an integrated trauma centre, inspired initially by Bessel van der Kolk’s ground-breaking Trauma Center in Boston, USA, with an understanding that recovery and healing from traumatic experiences involves the whole person in their life context.