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City Blossoms

Looking for a fun community event to volunteer at? City Blossoms, a DC-based nonprofit committed to kid-driven community green spaces, is seeking volunteers to help revitalize the Kelly Miller Youth Garden. We will be working on a variety of gardening tasks. The more the merrier, so be sure to invite your friends and family!

Interested in attending? Sign up here: https://cityblossoms.org/new-events/2021/7/19/volunteer-opportunity-community-clean-up-at-ft-stanton-jw2mh-2h5pb-srh4w-h5fa4-js5sz-lprgl-rrz7b-hryw9-n8bw8-k9arf-h6ghn-t2f83-zjttl

For questions, email cara@cityblossoms.org.

Please dress in clothes you don't mind getting dirty and wear closed toe shoes. Everyone is encouraged to bring a water bottle, bug spray, and sunscreen. We will provide gloves and tools. Please keep in mind that we will work rain or shine, unless otherwise specified.

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About City Blossoms


516 Kennedy Street NW, Washington, DC 20011, US

Mission Statement

City Blossoms cultivates the well-being of our communities through creative programming in kid-driven gardens. We envision cities with abundant, accessible green spaces where communities thrive and children build lifelong connections to the natural world.


City Blossoms is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that cultivates the well-being of our communities through creative kid-driven gardens. Since 2008, City Blossoms has designed, developed, collaborated on, and provided programming or trainings for over 100 projects throughout Washington, DC and nationwide. Our work serves Latino, African-American, and immigrant children, ages 2-19. We work in neighborhoods where children and youth may not otherwise have access to safe, community-led green space.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth, Community, Environment


Thu Sep 29, 2022
03:00 PM - 05:00 PM


Marion St. Intergenerational Garden1519 Marion St. NWWashington, DC 20001




  • Kids
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  • People 55+
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