1324 GA Highway 49 South | Americus Georgia 31719

(229) 924-0391  |  info@koinoniafarm.org


“Love through service to others,” reads the first line of Koinonia’s Vision Statement. Whether we are offering hospitality, caring for the land sustainably, welcoming interns each season, growing food in healthy soil, helping detainees at the nearby Stewart Detention Center, providing leadership for community gardens throughout Sumter County, assisting at the local food pantry, and so much more, it is you, our donors, that make it all possible.

Thank you for being part of the story!

Woman in a red bandana planting green transplants
Intern Sue planting in a garden

One very helpful way to help Koinonia serve is to become a monthly donor or a product subscriber. We are able to plan ahead and serve others even more effectively with a monthly income we can count on.

When you subscribe to Koinonia favorites, you get delicious products and Koinonia has income it can count on to help us do the work we do. Shopping at Koinonia for items you might otherwise purchase at another store is mutually beneficial to you and those we serve.

Subscribe today, and your Koinonia favorites will be delivered to your door every 4, 6, 8, or 12 weeks. Try organic pecans and peanuts, handmade granola, Fair Trade coffee, and much more. Thanks for considering!

Make a general donation here to be used where needed most. Interested in designating your gift for a specific ministry? You can find more information about donating to Care for Our Orchards and Service to Others on our website.

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If you prefer not to donate online, that’s no problem! Just give us a call or send a check to:

Koinonia Farm
1324 GA Hwy 49 South
Americus, GA 31719

Kelly and Dan packing food boxes
Fellowship and a meal at Koinonia