How We Do It

Our Organization is Built On Four Core Pillars

Pillar One: Community Gardens: Maximizing the amount of fresh, healthy food provided to the most vulnerable in our community through partnerships and collaborations. Creation of a Community Wide Food Insecurity Coalition.   

Pillar Two: Neighborhood Gardens: Neighborhood gardens will provide food as close to the population that needs it as possible. Soulful Seeds will help build, teach and offer support, so each neighborhood can grow, utilize and maintain the garden.

Pillar Three: Workforce Development: Creating opportunities for individuals who need or want to work, to help themselves and others.

Pillar Four: Teaching and Education: Soulful Seeds will create a variety of education programs for building, preparing, planting, harvesting and garden maintenance. We will also provide educational classes to teach how to cook the food that is grown. 

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Updated: Jan 3, 2019


Great Basin Community Food CO-Op has donated $5,000.00 and $600.00 to $900.00 per month to support Soulful Seeds start-up expenses and development of nutrition education programs. We are so fortunate to have our local Food CO-Op as one of our partners and are thankful for the generous donation and support that will help to achieve our initiatives to support those in need in our communities

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Updated: Jan 3, 2019



If you are a business, healthcare provider, non-profit, foundation, gardener, farmer or individual that has a donation of goods or services, or you would like to volunteer, we would love to hear from you, as our Vision states "It Takes A Village".

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