AgroThrive “Get One, Give One” Partnership with The Homeless Garden Project

AgroThrive “Get One, Give One” Partnership with The Homeless Garden Project

During Earth Day Weekend 2022 (April 22-April 24), every purchase made on AgroThrive.com will help provide the equivalent volume of AgroThrive organic fertilizer to The Homeless Garden Project. Watch the video below!

The Homeless Garden Project is an established non-profit organization that provides job training, transitional employment and support services to people who are experiencing homelessness. Conjointly, they provide vibrant education and volunteer programs for the broader community at their CCOF certified organic farm in Santa Cruz, CA.

 

This blended experience breaks down the profound sense of isolation felt by many people experiencing homelessness, while providing a platform for those who want to learn and take action. Moving as a diverse, symbiotic ecosystem, the Homeless Garden Project builds a path out of homelessness, betters our local food system, and connects people through community service and environmental stewardship.

Their employment training is focused on stewardship, conservation, and regenerative agriculture principles. The Homeless Garden Project teaches skills that truly transform lives for those who wish to maintain a stable, productive place in society.

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With the help of our gardening community, AgroThrive has been fueling The Homeless Garden Project with organic fertilizer since 2019, supporting their mission to cultivate a thriving and inclusive community, workforce, and local food system.

To learn more about The Homeless Garden Project’s transitional employment programs, click here.

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2 comments


  • Doug Furrer

    Just completed an order of Agrothrive to help homeless project. Just wanted to make sure it applies.
    Thank you Doug


  • Michael

    This is such a great program. Do you have any idea as to how we could get one started here. We have a very high rate of homeless people for a community our size. Much of it caused by two tornado events two weeks apart five years ago. A lot of jobs were lost, much of low cost housing was wiped from the map. Just as it seemed things might be in place to start rebuilding Covid hit. At one point we were the third most infected city on earth on a per capita basis.


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