Founded in 1999, Hazon is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that promotes creating healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond through transformative experiences, thought leadership, and capacity-building. In addition to bike rides, The Hazon Food Conferences bring together foodies, educators, rabbis, farmers, nutritionists, chefs, food writers and families who share a passion for learning about and celebrating food. Hazon CSA is the first Jewish Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in North America and is currently the largest faith-based CSA program in the country with more than 60 Hazon CSAs across the US, Canada, and Israel. On the whole, Hazon strives to challenge Jews and others to think more broadly and deeply about their food choices and lead healthy, sustainable lives. Hazon’s offices are located in New York, California, and Colorado. In Hebrew, hazon means "vision."

Hazon's Board of Directors includes Ruth Messinger.

Read more about Hazon:  Mission, History, Leadership, Bike Rides, Food Programs and Educational Resources, Farm Bill 2012 Interaction, White House Interaction