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Harvesting Seeds of Hope

Ripples of Hope is proud to announce that plans are underway to support the 2018 launch of the Harvesting Seeds of Hope program. We are excited to partner once again with Pine Street Inn to create sustainable access to healthy vegetables for the residents of Pine Street Inn - Paul Sullivan Housing Unit located in Jamaica Plain. The goal of this program is to provide an opportunity for Pine Street Inn residents to learn the basics of growing and harvesting fresh vegetables, the importance of fresh produce in maintaining a healthy diet and to provide an opportunity for residents to connect with their surrounding community.

Check back in early spring for this seasons launch dates and Saturday volunteer opportunities, to learn more or to be added to our mailing list please email!

View the Harvesting Seeds of Hope photo gallery.

Here's how you can help SUPPORT this ongoing initiative:

  1. SIGN UP for family friendly Volunteer Saturdays to help maintain the garden.  Join us on Saturday mornings from 11:30am - 1:30pm throughout the season for gardening and art. To sign up or to find out more about Volunteer Saturdays send us an email with your name and contact information.
  2. Make a tax deductible DONATION to help us sustain the garden.
  3. Join the Ripples of Hope - Harvesting Seeds of Hope Team for the 6th Annual Ride for Food on Sunday, September 23, 2018 - (12, 25 or 50 mile) bike ride.  Click Here for more information about the ride.

Ripples of Hope is funded by generous donations from individuals. All funds are raised privately to support the ongoing work within designated communities. We welcome any contributions!
Harvesting Seeds of Hope
Help us sustain the garden at Pine Street Inn - Green Street in Jamaica Plain. Find out more about this initative.
R.N. Gomez School Healthy Lifestyles Program
Sponsor the R.N. Gomez School garden project and provide clean drinking water for all students on the island of Great Harbour Cay, Bahamas. Find out more about this initative.
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