About Us
"One thing that is distinct about the Center for Food Safety is that they are very effective litigators on these issues and no one has more success in raising issues in the courts..."
-Michael Pollan
Award-winning author of The Omnivore's Dilemma and In Defense of Food
Support Our Work
You can support Center for Food Safety's work in several ways.

Make a one-time donation or recurring monthly donations 

Plant Seeds for a Regenerative Food Future
Planned legacy giving supports CFS’s work to build a lasting, truly regenerative food future. With just a few simple steps, you can plan a gift to CFS that will make an ongoing impact on our food system, farms, and environment for generations to come. Your bequest will go directly towards supporting our programs to save our pollinators from extinction, protect organic integrity, label GE foods, and promote sustainable alternatives to current industrial agriculture practices.

Estate planning
By building CFS into your will or trust, you will support our mission to ensure that future generations can reap the benefits of a healthy, safe food supply and environment. There are a number of ways to include Center for Food Safety in your estate plan, and we would be happy to work with you to meet your needs. Here is some sample language you can present to your attorney:

I bequeath [the sum of  $__] [all the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate]  [an amount equal to __% of the net value of my estate to Center for Food Safety (Tax Identification # 52-2165893), a nonprofit organization located in Washington, DC. [Optional:] It is my intent that this bequest be used for [specific program area].

Workplace Giving
Double your donation by matching your gift through your employer. Many companies match 100% of their employees’ donations to qualified charities like CFS. Simply ask your company for instructions on how to match your charitable donation to CFS, and we will work with you to amplify your impact!

If you have any questions regarding planned giving, contact our Development Department at 415-826-2770 or development@centerforfoodsafety.org.