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2020-21 Annuals and Financials

Partnership: Inglewood Community Garden

April 15, 2021

Our partnership with Inglewood Community Garden allows for a dedicated a plot of land where both Discovery House staff and clients plant, grow and harvest their own fruits and vegetables.

This has had a profound impact on the 120 families and about 400 children who benefit directly from the harvest that Inglewood Community Garden delivers.

In Inglewood Community Garden, our children have found a safe space that has helped them in their journey to heal and grow.


These videos explore the partnership between Inglewood Community Garden and Discovery House, the impact on both organizations and the importance of 'Food Dignity'.

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