Combating Hunger and Raising Awareness One Garden at a Time
Domestically, we run community garden projects to support local organizations combatting hunger, and raise awareness around issues related to food security, clean water and education.
Why Community Gardens?
Community gardens are empowering tools to increase food security through self-reliance, increase access to fresh produce and improve nutrition, and bring people together to create connections amongst neighbors.
On November 3rd, Food for Thought and The Sonder Project came together to complete the garden at the Food for Thought Destin location. The Sonder Project donated 12 raised beds, dirt, compost, mulch, pine straw, vegetable & herb plants, installed irrigation system, garden tools and in the very near future we will be building a fence around the garden. Together we will have weekly volunteers to help maintain the garden which will provide produce for the local community that Food for Thought serves.
Our Target Community
We aim to establish gardens…
In low income communities
In partnership with a school
To benefit a local organization combating hunger
What is The Sonder Project’s role?
The Sonder Project’s role varies depending on the project, and may include: