Support the GardenWorks Project
Why support The GardenWorks Project?
To make healthy food more accessible to families facing food insecurity.
To supplement a child's nutrition with fresh produce over the summer.
To empower households to grow for themselves.
To donate garden harvests to neighbors in need.
We can't do this without your help.
Watch our 2018 video and help us fight hunger from the ground up.
You give monthly. We grow stronger in our fight against food insecurity.
2021 is an important year for The GardenWorks Project, as we increase our client base and expand our presence with community partners. Your monthly gift provides resources that make an immediate impact.
Monthly giving is the easiest and most efficient way to support The GardenWorks Project. You are in total control. You can easily start, change or stop your gift at any time online. You’ll receive less mail because we don’t need to send you reminders — which means more of your gift goes directly to support families in need.
Join our most forward-thinking supporters and help provide the sustained resources needed to accelerate the pace and scale of The GardenWorks Project's support of all gardeners in their efforts to grow and prepare food for themselves and their neighbors in need.
Your gift makes an immediate impact.
$25 provides all plants and seeds to nourish a family all summer
$80 provides cedar boards and hardware used to build a 4' x 8' garden bed
$150 provides soil, compost, seedlings and all tools necessary for one garden
$250 gives a raised bed garden, soil, plants, seeds, and other supplies to a family who is both in need of food assistance, and has a desire to learn to grow organic food at home
Since 2012, your contributions have helped us to build 415 gardens for neighbors facing hunger and food insecurity. The majority of our clients often don’t know where their next meal is coming from and turn to food pantries. By supporting The GardenWorks Project, these families can grow organic vegetables, learn sustainable food growing methods, and feel the pride of self-sufficiency.