Ending hunger and malnutrition through self-reliance



Our 390+ facilitators are the eyes and ears on the ground, critical to long term success


Active Gardens

Victory Gardens bring a source of sustainable food and income to families who need it


People Being Fed

The gardens our communities build and grow benefit 4.5 people per family

How Your Donations Help

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$15 USD

$15 USD

Build and maintain ONE garden to help us feed a family of 4.5 people!

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$250 USD

$250 USD

$250 provides 16 gardens feeding 72 people!

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$1,000 USD

$1,000 USD

$1,000 provides 66 gardens benefitting close to 300 people!

Why our Victory Gardens Work:

They are lasting

Our victory gardens provide families with a continuous supply of food. Excess supply is sold for additional income, helping villagers purchase other essential goods.

Villagers can grow up to 25 different vegetables, helping them feed their families for generations to come and rely less on simply one crop!


They are local

We work with local villagers, tribal chiefs, and community leaders teaching them how to create their own drought resistant home gardens.

Teaching locally means the knowledge obtained will be passed down from generation to generation, compounding the impacts we are having in these local communities today!

They cost nothing for villagers

Creating and maintaining a victory garden comes at no cost to the villagers we work with. Families create home gardens using materials readily available to them, and use their own private or community land for the gardens.

Your support covers the costs of training local facilitators and conducting garden workshops in new communities!


Latest News

Aug 3 2023

Save The Date

Come join us on Thursday, November 9th at One Vanderbilt in NYC for our annual Victory Gardens Gala!
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Jun 27 2023

Word Travels Fast

Our F2F Victory Garden Campaign in Cambodia is gaining interest from outside organizations. Local Cambodian youth group, PSDS, ...
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Apr 20 2023

Emergency Victory Garden Workshops

This past March, Cyclone Freddy wreaked havoc on southern Malawi impacting many of the communities where Face-to-Face works.  ...
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Mar 30 2023

Villagers Surviving The Storm

This is Mary David, 35, pictured here with one of her 3 children. This is what remains of ...
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Mar 22 2023

Cyclone Freddy Flood Updates: Malawi

Sadly, every year we're finding ourselves talking about the same catastrophic events hitting the same region, and this ...
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Mar 14 2023

March 2023: Welcome Jason Reed!

We are pleased to be partnering with organic farm expert from USAID’s Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture program, ...
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Feb 27 2023

February 2023: SENSE Foundation Brussels Partnership Continues

The Face-to-Face Project is thrilled to announce that we are continuing our partnership with SENSE Foundation Brussels over ...
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Jan 5 2023

January 2023: F2F Achievements In 2022

2022 ACHIEVEMENTS: 120,000  People Averting Hunger 26,000  Families with Gardens378  Malawi Villages with Gardens16 Cambodia Villages with Gardens  Febe Jackson, with ...
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Dec 15 2022

December 2022: Welcome Back Phineas!

In September 2016, F2F partnered with agriculture expert, Phineas Ellis, to provide technical assistance and workshops teaching groups ...
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Nov 29 2022

November 2022: Victory Gardens Benefit A Success!

The 2022 Face-to-Face Victory Gardens Benefit was a huge success, with over $100,000 raised to support our Victory ...
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Susan Manuel, Villager in Malawi

"I am getting vegetables on a daily basis without spending money. I have beans, cabbage, carrots, pumpkin leaves, sweet potatoes, even okra. Traditionally, women like me walk long distances to buy vegetables. Today, I am home doing other chores because when I need food, I just walk into my garden to pick what I want."

Help us make a difference in more lives.