Allergic to Salad – Rolling up Sushi!

We'll be rolling up sushi when this class is funded! Healthy, hands-on cooking lessons explore seasonal, nut-free international cuisine with kids. Real food makes no excuses!

NEEDS: $0 of 648 + Volunteers

Allergic to Salad- Thai-licious!

We'll be cooking up some Thai food when this class is funded! Healthy, hands-on cooking lessons explore seasonal, nut-free international cuisine with kids. Real food makes no excuses!

NEEDS: $0 of 648 + Volunteers

Urban Patch - Stone Soup Kitchen

The Stone Soup Kitchen project by Urban Patch will help to make the inner city better by offering classes to people of all ages in the community how to eat healtheir (more fruits & vegetables) while saving money.

NEEDS: $0 of 618

Save the Land and Create a Community Garden

In 2011, Merrick Marsden Neighbor Association of Jamaica, Queens approached Brooklyn Queens Land Trust to help save a large plot of vacant land in their community that they own, but lack the funds to pay back taxes on.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,445

Van Cortlandt Park Beautification and Clean-up Project

The two main parts of our project are clean-up and beautification.  We have student volunteers and would like additional volunteers to paint, clean-up leaves, and beautify our adopted flower beds.

NEEDS: $0 of 155 + Volunteers

Belly Dance Class for Pregnant Moms in Harlem

This free class offers low income pregnant moms in Harlem and surrounding areas a safe, fun, and affordable prenatal fitness option. Great for mom's physical health and also builds community!

NEEDS: $0 of 486

Eco Ryders

Eco Ryders is an education-based organization dedicated to teaching Bronx youth about the environment and social issues through workshops and skateboard design.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,147

POP blog

POP is an online zine created by and for young women of color. We'll discuss current events, sex education, healthy relationships, LGBTQ issues and the politics of being young women who identify as people of color.

NEEDS: $0 of 3,125

Lakshmi Community Garden Project

We are currently seeking funds to put up a community notice board and to construct a gate in the back connecting us to an established community garden on the opposite block.

NEEDS: $0 of 387 + Volunteers

Community Playground

We are partnering with KaBOOM! to build a playground in Tampa Heights!

NEEDS: $0 of 235 + Volunteers

Bread for the City's Southeast Center Rooftop Garden

BFC’s Food Program is expanding our Southeast Center rooftop garden, which is located in Anacostia. We provide workshops and safe green space for our clients to socialize, skill-share, and build community.

NEEDS: $0 of 140

Language in the Community

Queens Botanical Garden intends to obtain an Apple iPad to run an application called Google Translate. Our visitors come from all over the globe, speaking languages other than English.

NEEDS: $0 of 876

Summer of Solutions Hartford

A youth-leadership and food-justice summer program that creates opportunities for youth ages 14-30 to work in school and community gardens, community outreach and organizing, and educational and cultural programming.

NEEDS: $0 of 3,697 + Volunteers

Patchen Community Square

A collaborative effort to utilize the vacant land parcel at Patchen Avenue and Putnam to create a garden and small play area.

NEEDS: $0 of 702

Flowers For Flatbush

A day of cleaning and greening Flatbush Ave on May 12, 2012!

NEEDS: $0 of 0 + Volunteers

Urban Patch - Park Garden

The Park Garden is a new green space on Indianapolis’ north side. It will be a permaculture garden and will provide a more naturalized and informal setting.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,326 + Volunteers

Urban Farm Training Program

Through a season on the Youth Farm, participants become intimately familiar with the tasks, challenges, and rewards of growing many varieties of vegetables and flowers appropriate to our region and community.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,477

Bringing People Together to Save Endangered Salmon

Our project works to save wild salmon by creating a collaborative forum that puts salmon restoration in the hands of scientists and those impacted by their survival, not just politicians. 

NEEDS: $0 of 7,003 + Volunteers

ALL CITY ACRES

ALL CITY ACRES will make print maps of potential spaces for community-driven projects available in the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island and Manhattan. We are building on the successful tactics of 596 Acres in Brooklyn.

NEEDS: $0 of 3,865

Solar Powered Eco-Shed

Install a solar panel system on the Eco-Shed of the Bushwick Campus Farm to provide clean energy for the school’s outdoor greenhouse, vertical farm and hydroponic systems.

NEEDS: $0 of 220

2012 Brooklyn Food Conference

On Saturday, May 12, 2012, the Brooklyn Food Coalition, will share ideas and work together for the kind of food system change we need now. PLEASE DONATE TODAY!! 

NEEDS: $0 of 7,992 + Volunteers

Green Is The Word

To make an educational video to inspire and engage the NYC Public Schools on sustainability issues.

NEEDS: $0 of 968 + Volunteers

Composting in Western Queens

Composting in western Queens will bring more materials, workshops, and infrastructure for composting to Astoria, Long Island City, Jackson Heights, Sunnyside, and Woodside.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,271

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