Okay... This post IS about gardening but it's also about giving..
How many of us have been unemployed, sick, disabled, in need of help at SOME point in our lives, hmmm???
I am raising funds for The Good happenings Food Bank in South River, Ontario. It's a village that has high unemployment due to lack of industries and lack of public transport, the nearest big town/city is 40 miles away and if you don't have transport, how can you commute to work.
Even though people do get monetary aid (ha ha) from the government it's never enough to pay all the bills and to feed you healthily, you live on canned foods, processed foods... in other words crap...
Take it from one who knows, I've been there, actually I am still there, my husband is fighting for disability...
The Good Happenings Food Bank does a wonderful job with what they are given, again, mostly processed crap. They desperately need fresh fruit and vegetables, on a regular basis.
I have set up a fund raising page that explains it all... if you can donate only a dollar or two that's great... more of course would be fantastic but all donations very gratefully received.
The Good Happenings Food Bank Garden Project