Solidarity Gardens needs you!
You can help out by donating:
Food You've Grown: Home gardeners are some of our most productive and important gardeners because you are growing food the way you know how! We will gladly accept donations of homegrown vegetables to distribute to those in need in the community through our partners. Check out this page for more information about dropoff locations and safety measures.
Seeds You've Saved: To start a garden, all you need is a seed -- to start many gardens, you need many seeds! We encourage seed saving and sharing as part of our effort to make gardening accessible to as many community members as possible. If you have extra seed you're not using, check out this page to learn how to donate it!
Plants You've Started: Do you get that gardening itch as early as February and want to try starting some plants? Donations of starts help us to get our community gardens jumpstarted in the spring. Check out this page for more information about donating starts to us.
Money: Financial donations help us maintain our infrastructure, like fencing, tools, and signage!