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We are a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization looking for corporate partners who will support empowering our youths
to become sustainable leaders of the future. We hope you will consider this a cause worthy of your support as we greatly appreciate your investment in our youth and other programs. We are excited that our program activities can be scaled based on commitments made by funders, therefore we will work with each sponsor to ensure their commitment to the community will be seen in the community through this partnership.
🍂 Step into the heartwarming world of "Little Growers Inc. Friendsgiving," a remarkable three-day fundraising event that's set to light up your November from the 10th to the 21st in 2023! Join us for an unforgettable journey where we sow the seeds of hope, unity, and generosity.
- Bake Sale Preorders: Nov 10 - Nov 17, 2023 Online at www.littlegrowersinc.org/friendsgiving
In Person with attached order form: Checks Payable to Little Growers, Inc.
- Car Wash Fundraiser: Nov 18, 2023, 10 AM - 3 PM (2278 Pelham St. NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905)
- Yard and Antique Sale Bazaar:Nov 19, 2023, 8 AM - 2 PM (2278 Pelham St. NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905)
- Bake Sale Pick-Up and Day of Sales:Nov 21, 2023, 2 PM - 6 PM (2278 Pelham St. NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905 - Delivery available for $5 extra on Giving
4H Club Youth Meeting (Ages 5-12)
January 12, 2023 - Start Introduction to Permaculture: Week 1
January 26, 2023 - Introduction to Permaculture: Week 2
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Join us on April 27, 2024, at the Joseph N Davis Community Center from 9 am to 1 pm for 'Make A Green Noise: A Community United,' an Environmental Justice forum. This event aims to foster a sense of unity and environmental awareness in our community.
We will begin by recapping the achievements of the 'Make A Green Noise' initiative and delve into the critical issue of identifying toxic substances in our local environment. Moreover, we will explore 'Make a Green Noise Rising Tide' and its implications for our community in the face of sea level rise, particularly within the Indian River Lagoon watershed.
A significant focus of the forum will be on the concept of 'Make a Green Noise: A Just Transition to Clean Energy.' We'll discuss the transition to clean and sustainable energy sources and its potential benefits for our community.
But the heart of this event lies in solutions and action. We'll dive into the design and implementation of green infrastructure projects in collaboration with 'Little Growers Inc' and the 'South Brevard NAACP.' These projects aim to draw toxins out of our soil, air, and groundwater, as well as mitigate stormwater and flooding issues. Moreover, they play a crucial role in supporting economic development, particularly through food entrepreneurship and our climate resilience plan.
Let's come together, learn, and work towards a greener, cleaner, and more resilient community. 'Make A Green Noise: A Community United' is your opportunity to be part of positive change."