Garden to Table Garden Parties 2019
Welcome to the donation page for Garden to Table Garden Parties, helping children learn how to grow, harvest, prepare and share good food.Nationwide
GOOD FRIENDS, SHARING GOOD FOOD, FOR A GREAT CAUSE.
At Garden to Table we believe all children have the right to fresh, nutritious food.
In 2019, Garden to Table are launching the Garden to Table Garden Parties fundraiser as a fun and creative way you and your guests can support children in your own community, as they learn to grow, harvest, prepare and share fresh food.
At Garden to Table children not only grow and eat freshly made food every week, they learn the skills they need to sustain and nourish them for a lifetime.
Money raised from the 2019 Garden to Table Garden Parties will help to train and support primary schools throughout Aotearoa to begin, and deliver, their Garden to Table programme. With your help, we can make sure the next generation understands where their food comes from, how to grow it, prepare it, and love eating it!
We rely heavily on donations to help us support children all over the country.
$5: will help us send a set of TEN seed packets to school, to get their garden started.
$10: will help support a child in the Garden to Table programme for 1 YEAR
$45: will help us provide printed resources and recipes to a school
$100: will help us train an ENTIRE SCHOOL to deliver the Garden to Table programme.
Hosting a Garden to Table Garden Party is a great way to catch up and share delicious food with your friends, family or colleagues, while supporting Garden to Table by raising essential funds.
So what are you waiting for? Why not get involved in a great cause and start planning your Garden Party now!
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Garden to Table Garden Parties are a way to support the work of Garden to Table, helping even more children around Aotearoa learn how to grow, harvest, prepare and share good food.
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This page was created on 10 Feb 2019 and closed on 30 Jun 2019.