HARLEM GROWN

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Pam Koch
Pam Koch SAYS:
How great to get people jobs…
How great to get people jobs growing good food for their community! Cheers!
10 months ago
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Kako
Kako SAYS:
Your welcome very much. Yes…
Your welcome very much. Yes, you can count on me ....... a little bit.
Wish you win the contest!!!
1 year ago
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Richard
Richard SAYS:
Thanks, Man! It is a pleasu…
Thanks, Man! It is a pleasure! Rich
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Laura Coholan
Laura Coholan SAYS:
For all of the amazing work …
For all of the amazing work that Harlem Grown is doing, and in honour of Alex Budman's awesome involvement in this incredible garden!!!
2 years ago
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Laura
Laura SAYS:
For the amazing work that Ha…
For the amazing work that Haarlem Grown is doing and to celebrate Alex Budman's involvement in this awesome organization!
2 years ago
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ANONYMOUS
ANONYMOUS SAYS:
We wish Harlem Grown much su…
We wish Harlem Grown much success.
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ANONYMOUS
ANONYMOUS SAYS:
My Barson and Solomon Grandp…
My Barson and Solomon Grandparents
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ANONYMOUS
ANONYMOUS SAYS:
GO HARLEM GROWN GO!!!!
GO HARLEM GROWN GO!!!!
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every littlebit helps : )
every littlebit helps : )
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Fred
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Hello Harlem Grown! I am a n…
Hello Harlem Grown! I am a new member of your team for the "Harlem Success Garden" and my own fundraising project "Books: By The People, For The People" will be donating funds to "Harlem Grown" if I can get it off the ground. Here's more info:

The Skinny - Click on my project "Books: By The People, For The People" to see my fundraising idea for "Harlem Grown" and other projects. Simply put, it would be a series of books written by the people, for the people. Each book would address a specific social, political or environmental issue/theme. Each contributor would donate a paragraph and a minimum of $5 using an online submission manager via the “Crowdrise” website to ensure that a donation was being made to a 501c3 charity/non-profit every time a paragraph was submitted (I am still trying to work out how the two systems can be integrated. Any suggestions? Let me know). When enough paragraphs have been collected and edited, each collection would be published as a book. The donation money collected from the creation of each book (the paragraphs) and the sale of each book would go to a specific 501c3 charity/non-profit relevant to the theme of a book in the series. Submissions would be open to anyone (one wouldn’t need to be a professional writer in order to submit). Each contributor’s name and city would be published with the paragraph. I would like the donations from the first book to go to "Harlem Grown", but that is up to you (and up to Mr. Norton).

The Phat - If you would like your 501c3 charity/non-profit to benefit from this project, please message Edward Norton and tell him about this fundraising idea. Please type "Books: By The People, For The People" in the subject field of your message. With Mr. Norton's clout and gift for motivating others to act, he could launch this project on a massive scale with the donations benefiting many, many causes including his own and yours. If he is too busy with other projects, he could then delegate the project to someone with equal clout, charm, and contacts.

Needs - The whole project could be run by volunteers. You would need an editing team and a team to handle the making/publishing of the books. You could self-publish using a system like "HP MagCloud" or, if Mr. Norton got on board, it is quite likely that he has some contacts in the book publishing industry.
Thanks for all the great things that you are doing to "repair the world" - (From "Leaves of Grass").
2 years ago
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HARLEM GROWN
CROWDRISE : Jun 22, 2011
EIN: 27-4250636
BASED: New York, NY, United States

CHARITY WEBSITE: www.harlemgrown.org

HARLEM GROWN

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Harlem Grown is an independent, self-funded non-profit organization that partners with the NYC Parks Department and Department of Education and a variety of food advocacy and community agriculture organizations.  The main function of Harlem Grown is to connect local public schools to the greater community through the use of common garden spaces and mutually engaging activities.

We raise support for physical renovation of abandoned lots, providing the tools, supplies and manpower to physically transform wasted space into a vibrant garden classroom through a number of grant sponsored initiatives.  We also work to engage pro-bono partners in developing a structured learning curriculum that let’s kids participate from the planning through the planting, crop management and harvest and finally to food preparation, nutrition and even sales.

Harlem Grown’s mission is to increase the capacity of communities and students to access nature and green spaces, to engage these communities with nutritional and outdoor educational opportunities and improve access to a wider range of healthy foods while focusing on food justice issues. We address these goals by creating ‘living classroom’ opportunities for urban and ‘at risk’ students and offering programming which allows ‘in-need’ populations to learn about agriculture, nutrition, food sourcing and business. We transform abandoned community gardens and park lots into vibrant ‘urban farms’ and, in partnership with local public schools and the community, we integrate our small farms with school curriculums thereby providing inner-city students who are traditionally cut off from access to direct experience of nature and farming a chance to learn by doing.  

EIN: 27-4250636 • www.harlemgrown.org

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