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Grow To Give Garden

The Grow to Give garden is located at the Central Park Community Garden. Volunteers help to plant, maintain and harvest seasonal organic fruits and veggies. Each harvest is delivered to Food for Life which distributes this healthy, locally grown fresh food to Halton food banks and community agencies.


HarvestHelping Local Families

BurlingtonGreen's Grow to Give donation garden program is very proud to help local families in need, while offering rewarding hands-on volunteer opportunities. Over the past six growing seasons we have happily donated a whopping  6112 lbs (2772 kg) of local, healthy organic produce!


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A Learning Opportunity

Elementary school classes and youth groups are welcome to visit, dig in, and learn about basic growing, plant/food identification, and the importance of community giving.





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St. Paul Elementary School field trip to the Grow to Give Garden.


Please contact us for more information on how to volunteer with the Grow to Give program.


 Community Support Makes a Difference...

Funding support  for this program is provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
We are grateful to the Burlington Community Foundation and Whole Foods Market for their past support.


Sponsorship opportunities for the impactful Grow to Give donation garden are currently available!

Please contact Amy to learn more about this and other programming opportunities where your company can join us in making a positive difference for the community.
   




BurlingtonGreen graciously thanks the Ontario Trillium Foundation for supporting this and other impactful BurlingtonGreen programs.

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