The Clover Project (“CP”) is a New York not-for-profit company in formation launched in February 2019 by Arlington high school juniors Matthew Beck and Cameron Brady. The primary goals of CP are to make BIG impacts in (i) providing nutritious food to the needy, (ii) raising community awareness regarding the plight of disadvantaged community members and providing a simple means for concerned citizens to become active in providing a solution and (iii) providing research and educational opportunities for students and other volunteers in the areas of nutrition and food production. In its first year of operations, CP aspires to produce more than 10 tons of food and assist more than 1,000 needy families. Education, research and volunteer opportunities will be provided for hundreds of local high school students, and leadership training will be provided to committed high school sophomore and junior volunteers to groom CP’s future leaders and ensure the growth and sustainability of the program each year. As CP matures as a company and perfects its model for high school student volunteers delivering BIG impact aid to the community, CP aspires to expand statewide and then nationwide as a direct provider and/or an affiliated organization sponsor.