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Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Hunger
  • Seniors
  • Women


980 N McDonoughMontgomery, AL 36110 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Develop a life empowering, leadership skill set for impoverished minority communities by establishing a working knowledge of personalized and community gardens in District 3.


Legacy Heritage was founded in 2020 by Consuelo Bradley in Montgomery (Montgomery County) Alabama. For the past 11 years she has been an accomplished African American entrepreneur. The vision of this 501 (c) 3 organization emerged during the height of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Mrs. Bradley took the lead in developing green spaces for public gardens and meeting areas to share the therapeutic and medical benefits she derived during quarantine.

Project Goals and Intended Outcomes
The Newtown Redevelopment Community Garden will strengthen availability to the fresh produce for over 1900 low-income households in District 3.

Goal 1: Provide clients with self-sufficiency training and applied living models.
Goal 2: Deliver outreach strategies to new gardeners via the Legacy Heritage website.
Goal 3: Develop supplement home gardens for personal cultivation.

Plan of Action: The Newtown Redevelopment Community Garden has three strategies. They include:
Land Development
Social Intervention
Organizational Change and Development

achievements of Legacy Heritage

  • Procured land for Community Garden
  • Donate 10% or more of annual proceeds to District 3 start up foods trucks and food cart by donating selling space
  • Community Day event organized to bring the candidates of District 3
  • Received proclamations from Alabama officials


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