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The mission of Bittersweet Farms is to positively impact the lives of individuals with autism and those whose lives they touch.  Bittersweet was the first farmstead-based program for adults with autism in the United States. Since 1983, Bittersweet has grown to include three farmstead locations across Northwest Ohio (Whitehouse, Pemberville, and Lima). Today, Bittersweet Farms serves over 100 adults and adolescents with autism in its person-centered residential, vocational, and educational programs.

Participants in the vocational program at Bittersweet can choose between a variety of farmstead-based activities, including gardening, art, baking, animal care, groundskeeping, and more. Participants in the Gardens, Culinary, and Creative Arts Programs create products for sale to the local community. These programs provide meaningful paid employment and the opportunity to job skills for community employment.

Top Donors

$684 Raised By 30 Donors

$100 on behalf of Mikel Steele
$100 on behalf of Tony Uribes
$100 from Anonymous
$50 in honor of Alex Buzzell
$50 on behalf of Dev Parikh
$50 on behalf of Stephen Chekal
$25 from Anonymous
$25 on behalf of Todd Bierley
$10 on behalf of Carmen Rowlands
$10 on behalf of David Andrews
$10 on behalf of David Uhlenhake
$10 on behalf of Dean Schneider
$10 on behalf of Gregg Perez
$10 on behalf of Image Bearers, Trinity Nazarene Church
$10 on behalf of Jeni Powell
$10 on behalf of Jennifer Schuerman
$10 on behalf of Julie Schneider
$10 from Anonymous
$10 on behalf of Kevin Dauer
$10 on behalf of Kirsten Price
$10 from Anonymous
$10 on behalf of Michael Dillon
$10 on behalf of Michelle Searcy
$10 on behalf of Solomon Andrews
$7 from Anonymous
$5 on behalf of Jenna Molnar
$5 on behalf of Trina Elieff
$5 from Anonymous
$1 from Anonymous
$1 from Anonymous

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