Support the GardenWorks Project
You give. We grow.
2018 will be an important year for The GardenWorks Project, as we increase our client base and expand our presence with community partners. We have a goal to build 90 garden for food-insecure families. Your monetary supportgift provides resources that make an immediate impact.
Your gift provides resources that make an immediate impact.
$20 provides all plants and seeds to nourish a family all summer
$50 provides cedar boards and hardware used to build a 4' x 8' garden bed
$85 provides 1 cubic yard of garden soil and compost to fill one garden
$100 provides soil, compost, seedlings and all tools necessary for one garden
$200 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
Every donor who gives $150 or more gets our new "Sow Grow Care Share" long-sleeved t-shirt (we will email you for size preference).
Please make your contribution online with our secure payment method or if you prefer, mail your payment to The GardenWorks Project, PO Box 615, West Chicago, IL 60186.
Do you prefer to give monthly? Visit our monthly giving page.
Since 2012, your contributions have helped us to build 132 gardens for our food insecure neighbors. The majority of our clients often don’t know where their next meal is coming from and turn to food pantries in an effort to provide sustenance for their families. By continuing to support The GardenWorks Project, you’re offering these families the opportunity to grow organic vegetables, learn sustainable food growing methods, and feel the pride of self-sufficiency. Read our Annual Gratitude Report to learn more about what we accomplished with your help in 2016.
Does your business wish to support The GardenWorks Project? See our Corporate Sponsorship Program information.
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Our sincerest thanks to you for supporting the work that is so important to us all.