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How to help

We are a fiscally sponsored 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 are in dire need of a grant, sponsorship, and in-kind donations to present a our programming. 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.

REGISTER TODAY  and Join the Conversation at  MAKE A GREEN NOISE: Designing Solutions

In partnership with the Low Country Alliance for Model Communities, and the South Brevard NAACP this Environmental Justice Academy aims to educate local decision makers, residents and college students about Environmental Justice and address legacy pollution concerns in the LAMC communities.

4th Annual Harvest Yam Festival

Yam is regarded as the king of crops, and the most important of all crops in most West African Countries. Hence the Yam Festival to celebrate the abundance of food that replaces the scarcity usually experienced between planting season and harvest time. Also, for thanksgiving to God for good yields and a successful farming season.
On this day, we will celebrate the Yam Festival:

  • As a thanksgiving to God, and also to the gods and ancestors for a bumper harvest, and as an occasion to offer prayers for good health and prosperity for all.

  • To foster unity through forgiveness and reconciliation.

  • As an annual stocktaking event for all occupational endeavors, especially farming.

  • To mobilize both human and material resources of our community for job and wealth creation.

This event will be enjoyed by many in and from surrounding communities. It provides an opportunity for families to enjoy a free event in a safe environment; to strut their stuff in a cool costumes or African attire for everyone to see. This event will be a site to see. Featuring unique vendors, bounce houses, games, huge raffles, and amazing performances.

Award winner

Little Growers INC​ wants to congratulate our Program Director Camille T Hadley​ for being accepted into the Women's Earth Alliance​ Women in Action 2019 U.S. Grassroots Accelerator Camille is one of only 24 wonderfully talented women from around the world who have been accepted into the accelerator with a goal being on the front lines on issues of  poverty, climate change, food insecurity, lack of healthcare, and global economic crises. "Their contributions and leadership are central to finding a solution.” — UN Women



4-H Garden Club

2nd & 4th Friday Monthly 4:00pm-5:00pm @

Club Esteem

Lipscomb Street Park

Community Center 

3316 Monroe St. 

Melbourne, FL 32901


3rd Thursday Monthly Youth leadership board meeting (Ages 13-18) 5:00pm-6:00pm @ Evans Center Inc 1361 Florida Ave. NE Palm Bay, FL 32905


1st Wednesday Monthly

4H Club Youth Meeting (Ages 5-12)

4:45pm-6:00pm @

Evans Center Inc 1361 Florida Ave. NE Palm Bay, FL 32905

3rd Wednesday Monthly

4H Club Youth Meeting (Ages 5-12)

4:45pm-6:00pm @

Contact Director for Info (text/call-321-330-7916)

2nd & 4th Wednesday 5:00pm - 6:00pm @ HERITAGE PARK APTS. COMMUNITY ROOM

550 Grant St, Melbourne, FL 32901

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