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Produce Program

Fresh produce is available to clients at no cost during our monthly distributions in Parma and Brooklyn. Click below for more information about receiving fresh produce. 

Baba's Free Kitchen

Begining in 2021, Baba's Free Kitchen provides hot, plant-based meals to families in Cleveland, Ohio. To find out more about the program, or if you are in need of assistance, click below.

OVER 200 TONS OF FRESH
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DISTRIBUTED

Baba’s Yard organizes volunteers of all beliefs in the universal spirit of selfless service to humanity and our planet.

In 1998, admirers of Baba Neem Karoli, affectionately called “Maharaji,” began congregating in Ohio, USA. In 2002, we incorporated as Baba Neem Karoli Satsang, a tax exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit church corporation.

The corporation has been a vehicle for founding a number of food bank programs, most recently Baba’s Yard, named for our garden sanctuary, a humble corner lot in the inner city of Cleveland’s near west side.

WHO WE ARE

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Support our mission to distribute fresh fruits, vegetables, and plant-based meals to families with limited income in Greater Cleveland.

Choose from a variety of ways to get involved with Baba's Yard... from volunteering at a food distribution event to starting a program of your own in your area! 

Our mission is to reduce epidemic diseases by increasing consumption of fresh produce. We invite you to learn more and join us!

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1.  Follow us on social media for updates 

2.  Volunteer at future distribution events

3.  Donate to our operating budget today

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“In the many years that I have known John [Visnauskas], I have been overwhelmed by his dedication to the most needy in our community. He gives of his time selflessly on his mission to end hunger in northeast Ohio.  In that time he has acted as a catalyst for many other hunger programs by inspiring others to join in the crusade.  He is one of Parma's unsung heroes.  I am honored to call him friend and I thank him for all that he has done for our community.”

— Sean Brennan, President

Parma City Council

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

HOW YOU CAN HELP

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