Highland Heights Foundation is a non-profit farm serving central Indiana. At the core of our organization lies a simple yet powerful mission: to promote food access through service. We are committed to providing access to healthy and nutritious food for all. This is why we donate all our locally grown fresh produce to support local food banks and pantries, as part of our effort to fight food insecurity in the community. Join us in our mission to make a difference in the lives of those around us. Together, we can create a healthier, happier community.

1 in0
HOOSIERS face food insecurity
of food insecure individuals in Indiana are Children
of individuals sought food assistance for the first time in 2020

Join our Volunteer Corp

Looking for a rewarding way to make a difference in your community? Consider volunteering with Highland Heights! By volunteering, you can help us promote food access and make a difference in the lives of those in need. Whether you’re looking to lend a hand in the fields or help out at a community event, we welcome your support. Sign up to volunteer today and start making a positive impact in your community!

Stories of Impact and Hope

“I never realized how difficult it was for some families to access healthy food until I started volunteering with Highland Heights Foundation. It’s been eye-opening to see the impact that food access can have on people’s lives.”

David, Volunteer

“Highland Heights Foundation has been a lifesaver for me and my family. With their help, we are now able to put fresh and healthy food on the table. We are so grateful for their support.”

Maria, Community Member

“My kids love going to the Highland Heights Foundation farm and seeing where their food comes from. It’s been a great way to teach them about healthy eating habits and the importance of supporting local agriculture.”

Sam, parent and community member

“As a teacher, I have seen firsthand the impact of food insecurity on my students. But thanks to Highland Heights, we are now able to offer fresh produce to families in need. It’s made a big difference in our community.”

Rachel, teacher and volunteer