Community Partners | Business Partners | Sponsored Partners | Thank you to all our Partners

The Harvest of Hope Foundation is proud to recognize the following business partners for their continued support of our mission and day-to-day humaniterian services we provide to migrant farm workers and their families throughout the United States. These valued partners have contributed financially to Harvest of Hope Foundation; assisted us in publicizing our charity benefits; or co-sponsored a event by donating product and/or services.

Sweetwater Organic Coffee Comapny

Sweetwater Organic Coffee Company is a coffee roastery in Gainesville, Florida that provides organic, fair trade coffee. Sweetwater Organic Coffee is also shade grown and Rainforest Alliance Certified.

Lloyd Clarke Sports

Gainesville, Florida’s local Sporting Goods store specializing in providing our customers with the perfect shoe for their foot.

The Trophy Shop

Muscle testing involves finding a muscle that is unbalanced and then attempting to determine why that muscle is not functioning properly. Treatments may involve specific joint manipulation, or various myofascial therapies among other techniques. The object is to isolate and test the function of a single muscle in the best possible manner..

Aesthetic Print & Design

At Aesthetic Print and Design, they make their customers happy using a pretty simple formula: Provide the highest quality hand-printed apparel and paper cheaper and more quickly than anybody else, along with friendly customer service and superior graphic design capabilities.

Boca Fiesta, Palomino Pool Hall & The Back Yard Bar – Together at last!

Boca Fiesta or -mouth party- is a fun place to hang out with friends. It’s also a new kind of restaurant that prepares gourmet burritos and tacos and features a full bar.

The Atlantic Nightspot

A fine night club establishment, the Atlantic Nightspot, offfers hot indie hits, raucous punk classics, and trashy pop schlock in the heart of downtown Gainesville, FL.

OBT Textbooks

For 9 years, OBT has been Gainesville’s largest independent textbook chain. We pride ourselves on giving the students of UF, Santa Fe and City College more books for their bucks.

Cody Yelton

Cody offers Deep tissue techniques, Swedish massage, Muscle testing, Trigger Point Therapy, Geriatric massage, & Craniosacral therapy.

Student Maid Cleaning Services

Student Maid is a commercial and residential cleaning service that prides itself in catering to the unique needs of Gainesville residents.

Okinawa Slim

Okinawa Slim provides entertainment by incorporating the game of billiards.

The Florida Antique Peddler

The Florida Antique Peddler is the most reliable and current Florida store directory on the web for antiques.

Parisleaf Printing & Design

Located in Gainesville, FL, Parisleaf Print & Design, specializes in commercial printing, graphic design,logos, branding and packaging, as well as custom web site design. Parisleaf aims to help its customers by offering both creative and strategic services to help maximize a company’s visual footprint.

Belio Antonio

Today, Belio Antonio is a professor at the University of Florida. As a scholar, he wishes to better understand the cultural elements, narratives, and life stories that have made salsa such a rich and internationally recognized genre. As a salsero, Belio Antonio’s desire is to make a consistent and coherent contribution to the genre. The road to becoming the salsero Belio Antonio is today was built upon his experiences as a Puerto Rican, New Yorker, Dominican, scholar, community leader, singer-songwriter, and producer.

WUFT – VIERNES SOCIAL RADIO SHOW – University of Florida (UF)

UF Communications professor and Latin music recording artist, Belio Antonio is joined by Gilberto de Paz and some of UF’s best and brightest student voices for “Viernes Social,” Friday nights at 8.

GrooveShark

Grooveshark is an international online music search engine, music streaming service and music recommendation web software application, allowing users to search for, stream, and upload music that can be played immediately or added to a playlist. An optional paid subscription provides additional functionality and removes advertisements from the user interface.

Billy Bragg

Singer songwriter Billy Bragg – news, tour dates, shop, articles, gallery, lyrics, songs, new releases, mp3 downloads, forums.

Against Me!

Against Me! is an American punk rock band formed in 1997 in Naples, Florida and relocated to Gainesville, Florida in 1999.

No Idea Records

No Idea Records is an independent label and distribution company from Gainesville FL. No Idea started as a fanzine in 1985, and released their first 7″ in 1988 with No Idea Fanzine .6. No Idea is still hell-bent on putting out quality independent music by true independent bands.

Paper  + Plastick Records

Paper + Plastick is an indie record label, founded by Vinnie Fiorello, best known as the drummer for ska punk band Less Than Jake, but also co-founder of the label Fueled By Ramen.

D.P.

D.P. aka Daniel Perez, is a independent hip-hop artist/producer from Gainesville, Florida. As a trained pianist and guitarist, D.P. plays, writes, records, produces and mixes all of his own music without samples.

Spanish Gamble

Spanish Gamble was not always known by that moniker. Formed as Dirty Money in 2007, the band went out and made a name for themselves by playing gritty punk songs in warehouses and basements from their hometown in Gainesville, FL to the rest of the US.

Rural Womens Health Project

As a non-profit, the RWHP serves rural communities with a focus on the Hispanic Immigrant and farmworker communities. Since 1991, we have worked locally, nationally and internationally to support communities and increase their health knowledge and self-identification of risk. The RWHP uses participatory action research and interactive education materials that model positive behaviors on issues affecting their lives.

Campaign for an American DREAM

The mission of the Campaign for an American DREAM is to walk across the nation from San Francisco to D.C. creating dialogue around the passage of the DREAM Act and immigration reform with the values of equality, unity, and diversity. We believe all people are equal, all those who are oppressed should be united, and our daily lives and the Campaign itself highlight diversity.

Gainesville’s Interfaith Alliance for Immigrant Justice

We are a bridge connecting immigrant rights organizers with local synagogues, mosques, churches, fellowships, student groups, community organizations, and political and academic leaders that seek to be “Good Neighbors” to the immigrant families struggling for justice in our communities and our state. Our goal is to educate and equip congregations and groups to partner together with immigrants who are working towards a just solution for our local and national immigration crisis.

GainesvilleVolunteer.com

GainesvilleVolunteer.com offers everyone in the Gainesville community get involved using their talents and skills. No matter what your interests or hobbies are, there is a volunteer organization that needs your help. There are so many ways to get involved for people of all ages and talents.

Shine Global

Shine Global is dedicated to ending the abuse and exploitation of children worldwide through films that raise awareness, promote action and inspire political change. Shine Global is a 501(c)(3) non-profit film production company. All contributions to Shine are used to produce our films and are tax deductible. Net profits are returned to the children we document through local non-governmental agencies.

Nonprofit Center of North Central Florida

The Nonprofit Center of North Central Florida’s overall vision is to strengthen the nonprofit sector in Alachua County and contiguous counties.

Limbs for U

Limbs For U entire efforts is to find ways to improve the lives of people living with limb loss and limb deformities and to help raise awareness about limb loss and limb deformities world wide. Our goal is to use resources to positively interact with and improve the lives of amputees. Our journey begins with a single step and we now invite you to join in our journey.

Migrant Farm workers Earn Your Support ::: Harvest of Hope Foundation – Gainesville, Florida ::: Finacial Donations are Welcomed!

The Harvest of Hope Foundation in partnership with the University of Florida, offers various student service learning projects for student credits.

If you are interested in using the Harvest of Hope Foundation for your student service learning project, please take a moment to download, complete and email our application to info@harvestofhope.net.

Packet Includes: Student Service Learning Application; Fund Raiser Guidelines & How to’s; Harvest of Hope Foundation Talking Points; 2011 Media Kit; and link to download our Logo.

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All fund raiser must be vetted and approved by the HoH officers before any agreements or contracts can be entered into. No group or individual may represent the HoH Foundation or conduct an event without prior approval.

A fundraising group must be registered with the HoH and include the names, addresses, and emails of all participants. All groups must fill out the required applications with date, time, location, and protocol for the event.

  • In general, events at established restaurants, cafes, and theatres are easier to coordinate but involve working with administrators and support staff. We encourage collaborations but require that groups submit a list of principals from the location.

For your convenience, you may download our suggested list of fundraising opportunities and list of local supporting businesses to contact for fundraising.

Student Application & Fund Raiser Guidelines Only: DONWLOAD

Suggested Fund Raiser & Business Partners Only: DONWLOAD

All participants must read and initial the Harvest of Hope Foundation Media Kit. The Media Kit contains the guidelines for the use of our Business Name, Logo and Official Promotional Tag Line that are to be used on ALL official statements permitted for public comments and all radio, print, TV, letters to the editor, or other media interviews must be directed to Harvest of Hope Foundation officers.

  • All internal communications, memoranda, and financial information are proprietary and may not be discussed publicly. Individual cases for assistance and scholarship must be held in strict confidence
  • All participants must agree not to discuss proprietary information about the HoH Foundation’s finances, fundraising, business operations, personnel, or administrative matters. Group leaders must sign this form indicating acceptance on behalf of their group.

Harvest of Hope Foundation Media Kit & Logo: DONWLOAD

For fund raiser involving portions of proceeds raised at the event, the HoH Foundation will not approve of less than a 20% portion unless significant costs are offset by the host. No costs will be born by the Foundation without prior written approval.

Events involving alcohol must conform to state and local regulations. Three day temporary permits are available for places that do not serve alcohol. For places that do serve alcohol, special sales permits are available. However, groups are reminded that these permits need at least three weeks to process. In all instances, participants and patrons under 21 will be briefed and monitored by the host group and held responsible for all violations.

Host groups will recruit sufficient personnel to conduct the fund raiser, serve patrons, set up and clean, and maintain security and order. All members should allow enough time for set up and cleaning. Some personnel must be assigned to distribute Foundation literature.

Volunteers Needed | Harvest of Hope Foundation | Student Service Learning Hours Available

The Harvest of Hope Foundation for migrant farm workers welcomes individuals and groups interested in volunteering.

Download and complete our Volunteer application. Email application to info@harvestofhope.net

The Harvest of Hope is a very unique, grass roots nonprofit and we are the only national foundation set up exclusively to provide emergency and educational financial aid to migrant farm workers and their families. Because the foundation provides “direct financial aid” we are unfortunately largely ineligible for many grants from other nonprofits and from corporations. We rely completely on individual and group donations, and this is where you can be of help.

1) We welcome individuals and groups to organize and conduct fund-raisers which can include band concerts, bowl-a-thons, restaurant activities, bake and garage sales, car washes, raffles, auctions, pancake breakfasts, spaghetti dinners, and other creative activities. Harvest of Hope will assist with publicity and will provide buttons, brochures and a foundation banner if available. Many students are required to do service learning and this is a great way to accomplish this.

2) Harvest of Hope can make available 12 ounce packages of delicious Sweetwater Organic/Fair Trade Coffee for sale. Roasted in Gainesville, Florida, the foundation has sold thousands of packages around the country. Packages cost 12.00 each and 6.00 from each package goes to the foundation.

3) The foundation welcomes invitations to speak to church and other civic and community organizations about the unique work of the foundation, migrant farm worker issues and immigration. We also welcome the opportunity to do interviews on radio and television, and for print media.

4) Individuals and groups are invited to collect donations of antiques, collectibles and memorabilia which are sold to raise funds on Ebay and at the A Antique Mall in Reddick, Florida. The foundation also accepts donations of cars to sell, and stock and other investments.

One note of caution please. We receive many requests from student journalism and media majors and film-makers wanting to do stories about migrant farm workers. These requests usually entail wanting to get out in the fields to film and to interview migrant workers. This is extremely difficult as many migrant workers live and work in rural areas, and are reluctant to be filmed or interviewed. Arranging these interviews is logistically difficult and time consuming and thus the Harvest of Hope Foundation must say no quite often to these requests.

If you have any questions about volunteering or need further information, please feel free to contact us at 352-372-1312 or by email at info@harvestofhope.net.

Board of Directors | Harvest of Hope Foundation – Gainesville, Florida | Migrant Farm Workers | Seasonal Farm Labours

The Harvest of Hope Foundation is a public, non-profit agency serving the migrant farm worker population of the United States. The center was chartered in the State of New York in 1997 and has 501(c)3 tax exempt status with the IRS. The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors who subscribe to the mission and values of the Harvest of Hope Foundation.

Call the National Migrant Education Hotline 1-800-234-8848. Hotline available 24 hours a day,

7 days a week.

Thanks to an inheritance from his grandmother, Philip Kellerman established the Harvest of Hope Foundation in 1997 as a result of responding to calls from migrant farm workers and families via the National Migrant Education Hotline. The Foundation was developed to provide emergency and educational financial help, often unavailable at the federal, state and local level, to migrant farm workers and families around the country.

Mr. Kellerman has been in migrant education since 1989 when he was employed with the ESCORT Migrant Education Program, based at the New York State University College at Oneonta. For 16 years, from 1995 to 2011, Mr. Kellerman responded to tens of thousands of calls from migrant farmworrkers and families to the National Hotline. He retired from ESCORT in April of 2011 to focus full-time on the Harvest of Hope Foundation. Over the years he has spoken to numerous civic, church and student groups on the work of the Foundation, migrant farm worker issues and immigration.

For his advocacy of migrant farm workers, in May of 2011, Mr. Kellerman was honored with the co-presidents award at the Sunshine State TESOL (Teachers of English of Other Languages) Conference. In September, 2003, Mr. Kellerman and the Harvest of Hope Foundation received an award from the Title I Migrant Education Program of the Florida Department of Education in “honor of outstanding contributions to the education of Florida’s migrant children.”

Mr. Romero began his dedicated involvement with the foundation in 2005 by volunteering his talented digital art design and website programming services to help support migrant farm workers and further the mission of the Harvest of Hope Foundation.

Motivated to expand the foundation’s internet presence and digital outreach, Tom is always adapting and refining our internet presence which now includes social media awareness outreach to thousands of donors and supporters nationwide. Consistent and reliable, Tom offers day to day support with various functional everyday operations within the foundation. His duties also include promotional strategies; partnered network coordination; team building, marketing strategies; fund raising strategies; enhancing donor outreach; help generate awareness about our cause; provide print/web graphic designs; and serves as the Foundation’s liaison.

Tom is native Floridian, holds an A.A. in Business Management and A.S. in Graphic Design Technologies from Santa Fe College.

Ed Kellerman is the communications director for the Foundation. Holding a doctorate of education in educational leadership from the University of Florida, Ed is a senior lecturer in the Dial Center for Written and Oral Communication in UF’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. His specialties include teaching Organizational Communication and Leadership and Intercultural Communication. He and Phil Kellerman team teach a Communications for Non Profit Leadership and Management using the Harvest of Hope Foundation as a service learning model for students. Ed also serves as the Director for the Center for Intercultural Teaching, Learning, and Service (www.citls.com).

Mrs. Sevayega was born the child of Hispanic migrant farmworkers in Texas, and thus has lived the migrant experience in full. She overcame many moves and disruptions to her education as a youth, including failing a high school grade due to working in the fields, yet obtained her doctorate. She is currently an Associate in Higher Education/Teacher Education in the New York State Education Department. For thirteen years, Sevayega has been involved in a service learning project at the State University of New York at Oneonta, where she shares her migrant experiences with students preparing to be teachers and who organize activities to raise funds for the Harvest of Hope Foundation.[9]

Working in various areas of public relations since he was 16, Digital Greg chose public relations as his major at the University of Florida. During his senior year, while working toward his bachelor’s degree, Digital Greg was asked by Ed Kellerman to join the Harvest of Hope Foundation as a public relations intern. The internship which started in January of 2009, lead to his promotion as the inundations public relations specialist.

Prior to working for the Harvest of Hope Foundation, he promoted raves in Broward County for the Hazmat Crew and Lexicon Productions. He also was the special events leader for over three years while working for the City of Plantation. While working for the city, he helped plan an average of 18 events per year.

Migrant Farm workers Earn Your Support ::: Harvest of Hope Foundation – Gainesville, Florida ::: Finacial Donations are Welcomed!

For all general questions and inquiries about the Harvest of Hope Foundation, please contact us at:

Phone: 352.372.1312 (Please, No Emergency Calls!)
Email: info@harvestofhope.net

For 24 Hour Emergency Assistance Hotline

Call the National Migrant Education Hotline!

1-800-234-8848

Call the National Migrant Education Hotline 1-800-234-8848. Hotline available 24 hours a day,

7 days a week.

Migrant Farm Worker Educational Assistance ::: Harvest of Hope Foundation ::: Migrant Farm Worker Students

Over three million students graduate from U.S. high schools every year. Most get the opportunity to test their dreams and live their American story. However, a group of approximately 65,000 youth annually are not eligible for federal or state financial aid for college because they were brought to this country by their parents without legal permission.

The Harvest of Hope Foundation believes that documented and undocumented children of migrant farm workers should be offered the same opportunity to the education that all American students have access to. In support of this, the Foundation manages several educational funds to provide scholarships to children of migrant farm workers attending college or other post-secondary education.

For more information regarding the various types of migrant farm worker educaitonal assistance and services we offer, please contact the foundation president, Phil Kellerman at info@harvestofhope.net.

The DREAM Act is a bipartisan legislation ‒ pioneered by Sen. Orin Hatch [R-UT] and Sen. Richard Durbin [D-IL] ‒ that can solve this hemorrhaging injustice in our society. Under the rigorous provisions of the DREAM Act, qualifying undocumented youth would be eligible for a 6 year long conditional path to citizenship that requires completion of a college degree or two years of military service. Read More

Migrant Farm workers Earn Your Support ::: Harvest of Hope Foundation – Gainesville, Florida ::: Trabajadores Migrantes de Agricoltura

Everyday Americans from across the country consume tons of fresh produce for energy and nutrition. Please stop to consider the individuals who are responsible for harvesting the food we all need to sustain our daily way of life.

Migrant farm workers often go unnoticed yet contribute directly to each of our lives though the means of planting and harvesting many nutritious foods that include Tomatoes, Chocolate (Coca Plants), Soybeans, Blueberries, Watermelons, Peaches, Sugar Beets, Oranges, Sugar (Cane Sugar), Coffee, Strawberries, Tea and much more.

Migrant farm workers and their families constantly relocate to follow the planting or harvest of the next seasonal crop. Most of these families are second and third generation migrant families. These families are usually very poor. The farm workers and their families are one of the most disadvantaged and at-risk populations in the United States. They are not seen, not heard, and often not helped.

Children of migrant farm workers are an extremely vulnerable population. These children face a transient lifestyle that interferes with a stable, continuous education and community. Many migrant farm workers are American citizens, either born in America or have obtained legal residency. Some come from countries such as Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, China, and unfortunately, there is no current path for them to become legal residents or citizens.

Download Brochure, Logo, Media Kit, Guidelines & Nonprofit Certifications | Harvest of Hope Foundation

This is the downloadable resource section of our web site. From here you can download a wide variety of marketing material including applications, brochures, antique promotional flyers and the Harvest of Hope logo.

Our organizational logo is a unique composite logo that consists of text and a graphic image that is used to communicate our organizational identity and mission. Because the Harvest of Hope Foundation logo and brand identity is a valuable marketing tool that assists in communicating the philosophy of the Foundation, we would like to ask that the Harvest of Foundation is not edited or changed from it’s original form. For more information, please download our Media Kit.

Call the National Migrant Education Hotline 1-800-234-8848. Hotline available 24 hours a day,

7 days a week.

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The Harvest of Hope Foundation brand is built of real people committed to serving the migrant farm working communities of the United States. Our custom logo was designed by Guard Frog Design and maintains special qualities that distinguish ourselves and our services from other migrant farm worker assistance providers.

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Guidelines for organizing and hosting a Fund Raiser (Nonstudent event)

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Guidelines for organizing a Student Fund Raiser Packet

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State of Florida Non-profit Tax Exemption Certificate

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Migrant Farm Worker Resources | Migrant Educational Resources | Seasonal Farm Worker Advocates and Agencies | Harvest of Hope Foundation

The Harvest of Hope Foundation is proud to recognize the following business partners for their continued support of our mission and day-to-day humaniterian services we provide to migrant farm workers and their families throughout the United States. These valued partners have either contributed financially to Harvest of Hope; assisted us in publicizing our events and fund raisers, donated product and/or services, or co-sponsored one of our benefit events.

College In Colorado: Scholarships for Undocumented Students

Although the state of Colorado does not yet have a law allowing undocumented students to attend college at in-state tuition fees, there are a few scholarship opportunities that these students are eligible to apply for. On this web site you will find links to scholarships that support the path to higher education regardless of a student’s status in the United States.

ESCORT National Migrant Hotline

The National Migrant Education Hotline is free and accessible to migrant farmworkers and their families anywhere in the United States. The calls are answered by Hotline specialists 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

North Carolina Farm Worker Institute

The Farmworker Institute is a project of the NC Council of Churches’ Farmworker Ministry Committee in collaboration with the NC Office of the National Farm Worker Ministry.

Call the National Migrant Education Hotline at 1-800-234-8848.

Hotline available 24 hours day, 7 days a week.

The Harvest of Hope Foundation lends a “helping-hand” – not a “hand-out”. Our organization uses strict guidelines… [read more]

The Harvest of Hope Foundation for migrant farm workers welcomes individuals and groups interested in volunteering… [read more]

Over the past several years, the Harvest of Hope Foundation has been accepting donations of new and gently used shoes… [read more]

The Harvest of Hope Foundation operates a fund raiser store on eBay where we re-sell rare political memorabilia… [read more]

Harvest of Hope Fest | HOH FEST | Harvest of Hope Foundation

The Harvest of Hope Music Festtival also know as HOH FEST is a unique celebration because it brings together hundreds of progressive and talented bands playing to support our nation’s migrant farm workers. Migrant agricultural workers harvest our fruits and vegetables in rural areas invisible and out of sight of most Americans. They earn our support with their incredible hard work. They travel long distances for field work most Americans will not do, earn relatively little for their effort and struggle to find adequate housing and health services. I have been an advocate for migrant farmworkers for over 20 years and I know that they earn our support. However, corporate and public support is limited and often not available at all.

What makes the Harvest of Hope Fest a uniquely special time is that it is a serious charity event to raise funds for the Harvest of Hope Foundation to provide emergency and educational financial to migrant farm workers and their families across the country.

Call the National Migrant Education Hotline 1-800-234-8848. Hotline available 24 hours a day,

7 days a week.

As of June 1, 2011, the Harvest of Hope Foundation has announce that there will not be a 2012 HOH Fest in St. Augustine, Florida.

As of August 1, 2010, the Harvest of Hope Foundation has announced that there will not be a 2011 HOH Fest in St. Augustine, Florida.

The second annual Harvest of Hope Fest is a unique celebration, held March 12-14th, 2010, which will bring together over 100 progressive and talented bands playing to support our nation’s migrant farm workers. They harvest our fruits and vegetables in rural areas out of sight of most Americans. They earn our support with their incredible hard work. They travel long distances for field work most Americans will not do, earn relatively little for their effort and struggle to find adequate housing and health services. I have been an advocate for migrant farmworkers for over 20 years and I know that they earn our support. However, corporate and public support is limited and often not available at all.

What makes the Harvest of Hope Fest a uniquely special time is that it is a serious charity event to raise funds for the Harvest of Hope Foundation to provide emergency and educational financial to migrant farm workers and their families across the country. I look forward to seeing you at the Fest as we join together to hear great music while lending a hand to migrant farm workers who provide to us our daily bounty of food.

In an effort to help our hard-working yet needy migrant farm workers and their families, the Harvest of Hope Fest, scheduled for March 12-14th at the Saint Johns County Fairgrounds in St. Augustine, Florida.

2010 Musical Artists

  • The Mountain Goats
  • Billy Bragg
  • Dr. Dog
  • Rogue Wave
  • Senses Fail
  • Anti-Flag
  • Man Man
  • Dead Prez
  • Kimya Dawson
  • Delta Spirit
  • Torche
  • Stike Anywhere
  • Cymbals Eat Guitars
  • Sea Wolf
  • Dr. Octagon aka Kool Keith
  • Dead Confederate
  • A Wilhelm Scream
  • Portugal. the Man
  • Samiam
  • Leatherface
  • Dead to Me
  • Fruit Bats
  • Bear in Heaven
  • Freelance Whales
  • Cobra Skulls
  • Small Brown Bike
  • Danielson
  • Twin Tigers
  • Blacksheep
  • Coalesce
  • Rev Peytons Big Damn Band
  • James Husband (of Of Montreal)
  • Signals (ex Mae Shi)
  • Ortolan
  • Mercury Program
  • Stars of Track and Field
  • Off With Their Heads
  • Loved Ones
  • Past Lives
  • forgetters
  • Andrew Jackson Jihad
  • Asshole Parade
  • Defiance Ohio
  • Chris Wollard & the Ship Thieves
  • Bomb the Music Industry
  • Dear Landlord
  • The Mountain Goats
  • Billy Bragg
  • Dr. Dog
  • Rogue Wave
  • Senses Fail
  • Anti-Flag
  • Man Man
  • Dead Prez
  • Kimya Dawson
  • Delta Spirit
  • Torche
  • Stike Anywhere
  • Cymbals Eat Guitars
  • Sea Wolf
  • Dr. Octagon aka Kool Keith
  • Dead Confederate
  • A Wilhelm Scream
  • Portugal. the Man
  • Samiam
  • Leatherface
  • Dead to Me
  • Fruit Bats
  • Bear in Heaven
  • Freelance Whales
  • Cobra Skulls
  • Small Brown Bike
  • Danielson
  • Twin Tigers
  • Blacksheep
  • Coalesce
  • Rev Peytons Big Damn Band
  • James Husband (of Of Montreal)
  • Signals (ex Mae Shi)
  • Ortolan
  • Mercury Program
  • Stars of Track and Field
  • Off With Their Heads
  • Loved Ones
  • Past Lives
  • forgetters
  • Andrew Jackson Jihad
  • Asshole Parade
  • Defiance Ohio
  • Chris Wollard & the Ship Thieves
  • Bomb the Music Industry
  • Dear Landlord
  • The Mountain Goats
  • Billy Bragg
  • Dr. Dog
  • Rogue Wave
  • Senses Fail
  • Anti-Flag
  • Man Man
  • Dead Prez
  • Kimya Dawson
  • Delta Spirit
  • Torche
  • Stike Anywhere
  • Cymbals Eat Guitars
  • Sea Wolf
  • Dr. Octagon aka Kool Keith
  • Dead Confederate
  • A Wilhelm Scream
  • Portugal. the Man
  • Samiam
  • Leatherface
  • Dead to Me
  • Fruit Bats
  • Bear in Heaven
  • Freelance Whales
  • Cobra Skulls
  • Small Brown Bike
  • Danielson
  • Twin Tigers
  • Blacksheep
  • Coalesce
  • Rev Peytons Big Damn Band
  • James Husband (of Of Montreal)
  • Signals (ex Mae Shi)
  • Ortolan
  • Mercury Program
  • Stars of Track and Field
  • Off With Their Heads
  • Loved Ones
  • Past Lives
  • forgetters
  • Andrew Jackson Jihad
  • Asshole Parade
  • Defiance Ohio
  • Chris Wollard & the Ship Thieves
  • Bomb the Music Industry
  • Dear Landlord

The first Harvest of Hope Music Festival is a three day, multiple stage, alternative music festival, March 10-13th, 2009, located in St. Augustine, Florida. This charity event was created to help benefit and raise awareness for the Harvest of Hope Foundation (www.harvestofhope.net), a nonprofit charity organization that provides educational grants, scholarships, emergency financial assistance, and service oriented aid to migrant farm workers and seasonal farm workers all accross the United States. The primary mission of our event is to help generate a higher level of social conscious regarding the multifaceted life and hardships of underpaid and overworked seasonal farm workers, migrant farm worker and undocumented farm workers.