| Looking forward, looking back: your support makes HGP work!|
Thank you for your support during 2012. Look at what your partnership with Homeless Garden Project has made possible! As we look forward to 2013, we hope you'll partner with us to continue this work.
Below, we've put together some of the highlights of 2012 in a photo essay and blog posts. And we have some news about our dreams for 2013.
2012: A Year in Photos
A picture is worth a thousand words.
We've put together some of HGP's best photos from 2012--from CSA harvest to the Holiday Store.
See photos of HGP volunteers, trainees, donors, CSA members and more.
Photos of special events including Alice Waters Fall Farm Supper, Kalefest, Michael Pollan and Sam Farr visits.
Photo essay here
|2012: Our volunteer program grows to 1500 strong!
We honor and give thanks to our volunteers. Read more about our volunteers in these blog posts.
|2012: Training program
The training program is the heart of HGP. Our trainees tell it best. See, hear and read what HGP means to Joan's life today.
|2012: News, Events and Special Visitors
We value the well-being created by vibrant social and natural ecosystems. 2012 brought many special occasions to build
and grow our community.
News of HGP in three national publications:
|HGP's Vision for 2013:
|Garden Site Plan from Draft Pogonip Master Plan|
|Donate by December 31 and double your impact! |
Give a tax-deductible gift that creates dignity, well-being and hope.
If you donate by December 31, 2012, your gift will be doubled! Our partners at Soif and La Posta Restaurant have offered to match all donations made by December 31 to Homeless Garden Project (up to $15,000).
And if you're a new donor, receive a second match! A generous donor has made a challenge grant--if we receive $10,000 from new donors, we'll receive a $5,000 grant.
Thank you for partnering with us.
Thank you for supporting the Homeless Garden Project--we can't do this without you.
Please help us spread the word about our work by forwarding this email to your friends. I love hearing from you--please contact me if you'd like more information or to pass on a thought.
The Homeless Garden Project
PO Box 617, Santa Cruz, CA 95061
(831)426-3609 x 2#