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Homeless Garden Project



Commitment: 2-4 hour shift weekly, biweekly, or monthly on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Fridays

Location: Mostly at our workshop off West Cliff, occasionally at a rented kitchen space.

Description: The workshop volunteer will be supporting HGP's handcrafted product line that is sold through various retail stores, online, and at our farmstand, but mainly at our Pacific Avenue store location. These sales are a critical part in HGP's revenue, and it is imperative these products are crafted with care, and in alignment with our quality control specifications. This volunteer will be receiving directions from our experienced workshop staff. They will be asked to do a variety of tasks, to include but not limited to:

Handcrafting batches of our teas, salves, lotions, bath salts, and other various products. Often including ingredients freshly grown on our farm. See our whole product line here.

Participate in candle production

Packaging and labeling products.

Upkeep, organizing, and cleaning of our workshop.

Inventory tracking of raw materials

occasionally fulfilling online and wholesale orders

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About Homeless Garden Project

Location:

30 West Cliff Drive P.O. 617, SANTA CRUZ, CA 95061, US

Mission Statement

The Santa Cruz Homeless Garden Project helps men and women gain skills and confidence to enter wider communities. We provide training and transitional employment within a community-supported organic garden. Volunteers have many opportunities to learn about and help in the garden, in the kitchen, and with special events.

Description

The Santa Cruz Homeless Garden Project helps men and women gain skills and confidence to enter wider communities. We provide training and transitional employment within a community-supported organic garden. Volunteers have many opportunities to learn about and help in the garden, in the kitchen, and with special events.

Community
Homeless & Housing
Hunger

WHEN

Tue Jul 27, 2021 - Fri Dec 17, 2021
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM

WHERE

Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(36.9796,-122.042)
 

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