Dec 02, 2014

eNewsletter December 2, 2014 - dev2018

eNewsletter December 2, 2014

everyone deserves fresh produce

eNewsletter December 2, 2014


Black Friday and Cyber Monday have passed, giving us a chance to think of others and give to nonprofits that make a difference in our community. The GardenWorks Project has been providing food-insecure families with all of the resources they need to grow organic produce at home since 2012, and we have big plans for next year. But we need your help to make it happen. Please donate and help us continue to support these families, who are both in need of food assistance and have a strong desire to learn how to grow food at home.

Until December 17th, donate in honor of a loved one (you know, that person that has everything) and we will mail a "Peace, love, tomatoes" embroidered kitchen towel to your honoree on Dec 20.

Thank you to everyone who has already donated to our annual fund. We could not continue this work without your support!


The GardenWorks Project is excited to welcome Suzanne Cullinane to our Board of Directors. Suzanne volunteered with us this spring as a garden builder and wanted to get more deeply involved with the organization. She is experienced in nonprofit fundraising, and will be heading up our Development Committee. Learn more about Suzanne and the rest of our leadership team.

Do you have a desire to make a difference in your community? We are looking for members of our community who are passionate about fighting hunger to join us on our governing board or a committee. Contact us to learn how you can be part of our growing success in reducing food insecurity.


We are seeking sponsors for our 2015 garden build season. Sponsors enjoy promotions like their logo on a t-shirt provided to all volunteers and clients, mention in marketing and PR pieces, and even a private volunteer event for staff. Download a Corporate Sponsorship Information Packet here.