30 students will beautify a local community garden in the Mount Eden area of the South Bronx addressing food injustice with performance art.
The need is for environmental beautification of this block. Uplifting the morale in the community in a healthier and self-esteem way.
Convert unused public land into a garden along West 180th Street. Each person interested in joining us will be given 2 sidewalk squares of land to grow flowers, bushes, or even food - but nothing illegal.
Helathy, hands-on, activity-filled cooking lessons explore local, seasonal, vegetarian, nut-free and often soy- and lactose-free international cuisine with children!
The festival showcases environmentally oriented exhibitors and includes demonstrations by experts in proper tree care. For children, there are tree related activities, face painting, and live animals.
GrowMemphis assists residents to create community gardens or urban farms in their neighborhoods. Gardens eliminate blight, provide healthy food, create a space for community building, and provide economic opportunity.
Yellow House NYC’s hope is to make the arts more accessible and bring them into local communities by awarding funds to deserving artists and art students.
We will collect 1 million 5-cent recyclables from now until December 2013 in order to fund the creation of a redemption center that will increase people's economic leveraging.
61 Franklin Street Garden is resident-led community project converting a vacant lot in Northern Greenpoint into a vibrant and green open space for the use of the neighborhood.
The Klondike Smokey City CDC will use funds from the “A Better You” program to add extended learning opportunities and to maintain our current level of services.
We need some wire and fasteners to hold our bike jewelry together! Help a crafty child out.
A Small Green Patch: Raising money to help maintain A Small Green Patch, maintaining the garden and booking musical guests throughout the summer.
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