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Brick Architect (Small Nonprofit Garden Project)

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29 ACRES INC

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29 Acres is a nonprofit with a living community for adults with autism and neurodiversity. We are looking for someone to help design our brick space located in our garden that includes 31 dedicated and engraved bricks to be displayed!

Our new Learning Garden will include a vegetable garden, herb garden, berry garden, pepper garden, sunflower garden, cut flower garden, Texas tree orchard, seating area, lawn area, and water well so our garden can blossom and grow. The garden is an extension of our life changing services and is being built to kick-off our horticultural program centered on autism gardening therapy. This therapeutic tool has been used across the spectrum to improve the lives of autistic adults in many ways. For instance, autism gardening therapy has proven to enhance social skills, improve fine motor skills, increase physical activity, ameliorate sensory issues by incorporating plants of different color, texture, smell and taste in as many ways as possible.

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About 29 ACRES INC

Location:

3000 Moseley Road, Cross Roads, TX 76227, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to elevate the quality of life for adults with autism spectrum disorder by creating a dynamic housing community enriched with customized programming where every person will be empowered to live with purpose and joy.

Description

29 Acres offers evidence based and customized programming for each client to ensure tangible growth in the areas of career readiness/employment and independent living, while prioritizing relationship building, and good health and emotional well-being. With an independent living community and 4 different support programs, there are a lot of opportunities For volunteers to make a difference.

Community
Employment
People with Disabilities

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Civil Engineering

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