Urban Garden Seeks Community Support To Deliver Produce To Those In Need
Local nonprofit, Second Chance, operates two urban gardens and seeks community support to distribute and deliver the garden’s vegetables to those who need it most.
The urban gardens are typically part of the Second Chance Youth Garden program which is designed to divert youth away from the justice system. While the program is suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Second Chance seeks to find a new use for the bounty of produce in the gardens, providing much-needed boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables to community members who cannot afford to purchase produce at this time.
Second Chance seeks donations and volunteers during this time to help ensure that the garden’s produce does not go to waste, and instead is delivered to community members in need. Let us help them continue providing resources and services during and after COVID-19. Visit here to donate today.
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