Thank you

 
If you signed up to use the Sebastopol Community Apple Press: You will soon be receiving an email confirmation of your reservation of the Sebastopol Community Apple Press. We’re looking forward to helping you press your apples. If you need to cancel your reservation, please do so by using the link in the email confirmation.

Use of the press is free, but donations from people like you are critical to keeping the only free community press in the United States in operation. Donations also enable us to bring disadvantaged school kids to the press. Watch this video Nick Papadopolos of CropMobster made of one such visit. To donate, click here.

If you signed up to volunteer at the Apple Press: Volunteering with the Apple Core can take many forms, from helping the public press their apples or tinkering with our equipment, to providing information to the public about our local apple culture; from keeping track of reservations and sign-ups, to applying for grants and other forms of fundraising; from taking photos and videos, to writing blog posts and news bulletins. To volunteer for more activities, complete and submit the information requested on the right side of this page about our team, the Apple Core.

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Will You Give a Donation?

With your financial contribution

  • We pay for busses so school classes can come juice at the press
  • We pay local farmers for the apples these kids press
  • We provide free containers so they can bring juice home for their family

The cost of bringing one class of 30-35 children to the press is about $400.

You can send a donation by check. Please make checks payable to Slow Food Russian River

Mailing Address
Slow Food Russian River
PO Box 2746
Sebastopol, CA 95473

Slow Food Russian River is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization and donations are tax deductible. Employer Identification Number 68-0481266. We do not sell, trade or share a donor’s personal information with any other entity or individual.

You can also donate at location, when you come to press the apples.