Gary Community Partnership is excited to support our community in fighting the scarcity of produce in Gary Indiana. We are creating a community garden that will allow us to grow and harvest our own fresh vegetables and eventually fruits, that will be used to support local community members and markets!
We are looking for both people who have experience with gardens, and those looking to learn about gardening! There is no age limitation but anyone interested under the age of 18 must have a parental note authorizing their participation.
We are looking for retired seniors, in addition to the working class! For college students, this is an amazing opportunity to give back to the community and to differentiate yourself through philanthropic means! For those in Corporate America, nothing speaks louder to your character on a resume than volunteer experience! We would love to provide a quality reference in all cases in exchange for your support, making this a win-win for everyone!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Gary Community Partnership
591 Johnson Street, Gary, IN 46402, US
To promote environmental awareness programs and activities which address neighborhood blight, through a collaboration between residents, business sponsorship, and local government, and to offer educational opportunity to youth through mentorship and technical training programs
Gary Community Partnerships is an exciting new nonprofit organization created in Gary Indiana with advocacy in the areas of Education youth mentoring and community activism. It is our goal to partner with the city of Gary to help support process and programs which may exist however are insufficient to meet the needs of the community.
We'll work with your schedule.
532 Johnson StreetGary, IN46402
August 7, 2020
Social Media / Blogging
CSR / Volunteer Coordination
Must be at least 15
We ask for a total of 1 hour per week. We water the garden daily between the hours of 6 - 8am or 6 - 8pm.
We are sourcing water from McDonalds so you will need to ability to walk about the length of 4 houses to connect our hose to their water spout. We have a shopping cart to carry the hose in.