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The Garden Project

We're embarking on a new adventure to establish a vegetation garden space at the resource center. The prospective space is around 70’ x 40’ where the blue rubber surface will be reconstructed by adding a layer of composite decking board for smoother transportation. There will be about 25 raised garden beds overall inside and outside the greenhouse, picnic tables and benches, and an irrigation system will be installed using rain barrels to collect precipitation for vegetation maintenance.



Why the Garden Project?

It is important that our youth have the opportunity to grow in every way possible. One main objective of the project includes gaining knowledge about agriculture and the ways they can use it to heal themselves as well as the community around them. This vegetation garden will hold as safe space for members of CHGW’s community with regards to food sovereignty, life skills, personal developement, community companionship, emotional and physical healing.


Our Vision

We are hoping that the garden space will act as a tool of food sovereignty and personal healing for the youth we serve as well as the surrounding community. We hope to establish an agricultural training program for youth and community members to be able to develop sustainable skills of food growth and healthy eating. We would also love to have successfully hold outdoor events for community events like open mics, yoga, and meditation sessions.

Woman Working in Garden


Partners in Cause 

We're partnering with like-organizations of passion and mission; Run Hope Work, The Mint Project, Capital Area Food Bank, and Community Forklift. 


Want to join this effort? 

We are hoping to have the space established before 2024. Contact us to volunteer, help in development or planning, or donate toward this project. Together we're making it happen!

Organic Garden

Current Garden Wish List

Ongoing Community Partnership Opportunities 

Donate to the CHGW Garden

  • Composite decking foundation

  • Greenhouse kit 

  • 26 wooden and 3 metal raised garden beds

  • Rain barrels and irrigation system,

  • Garden soil

  • Maintenance tools and materials

  • Koi pond kit

  • Outdoor benches

  • Picnic tables

-A garden grounds for organizations looking to expand their agricultural and educational sustainable programs or place agricultural students as interns at the Covenant House GW Garden.
-Organizations looking to host artistic community events such as open mics, painting sessions, sculpting, etc. 
-Organizations looking to provide physical and mental health programs such as yoga, meditation, and workout sessions for community members. 
-Looking for volunteers interested in garden maintenance and artistic community programs.

Your donations are used to support the opening of the garden and its ongoing services, community events, outreach and engagement activities which raise skills and raise awareness of the organization's mission and maximize the impact for our youth.

If you'd like to donate to the CHGW Garden Project click the donate link below then select "Kitchen & Garden Project" under the campaign selection. 

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