Seed2Need. one of 20 community gardens or schools chosen to receive a grant from Seeds of Change. Many gardening enthusiasts and anti-hunger advocates contributed to the outcome by voting online during the preliminary phase of the online poll to select 50 finalists.
Seed2Need wants to thank everyone who voted for its entry in the and shared the link with their networks during the Seeds of Change crowd-sourcing grant. Your clicks did the trick!" the community garden organizers said on the Seed2Need Facebook page. We won one of the $10K grants, which takes care of our funding needs for the rest of the season.
You can continue to support Seed2Need by volunteering time, money or produce. Click here to learn more. Seed2Need founder Penny Davis tells you more in this video.