Quest Farm Inc.

Our Mission is to provide a loving home/workplace for adults with developmental disabilities where they may reach their full potential spiritually, physically, mentally, and vocationally.

Quest Farm, Inc. is a working farm community where adults with developmental disabilities live in a nurturing and enriching environment. Each individual is encouraged to attain his or her full potential in every aspect of life. The educated and knowledgeable staff encourages and trains individuals to be farmers with skills in areas such as gardening, horticulture, landscaping, crafts, woodworking, cottage industries, vegetable production, animal care, retailing, equipment use and maintenance, lawn care, etc.

The vocational and educational skills we teach are two-fold. First, it allows the farmers-in-training to be productive citizens and contribute as much as they can to society. Second, it gives the farmers-in-training a sense of pride and accomplishment when they see that they have helped stock the store with flowers and crafts, or sold vegetables at the farmer's market or to the local grocery store. Quest Farm also gives each farmer the opportunity to become a part of a loving family-like atmosphere that is Christian based, in their home as well as their workplace. The farmers live in one of the three residential homes with a set of House Managers. There are six farmers per house. All meals and special activities are shared together, to build trust, friendship, and enhance the loving, caring family-like atmosphere.

Quest Farm is an independent non-profit organization and is designated as a 501 (c) (3) organization by the Internal Revenue Service. There is a rotating Board of Directors from the Central Kentucky area monitoring the financial and operational aspects of the farm. Quest Farm is made possible through the generous contributions from businesses and foundations, civic organizations, individuals, and churches. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the IRS code.

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Listing last updated on Jan 25, 2012


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