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Your tax-deductible donations support Groundwork Somerville and our incredible programs.  Please make checks payable to “Groundwork Somerville” and mail to:

 

Groundwork Somerville
24 Park St. #7
Somerville, MA 02143

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Or make a donation online, through Network for Good.  Just click on the link below:

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Support by Shopping!

You can support Groundwork simply by shopping online at Amazon.com. Just click here and shop normally, and a portion of your purchase will come back to Groundwork. Let your friends know to shop by coming to groundworksomerville.org first.

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Groundwork Somerville is now a proud partner of 1% for the Planet!

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Not convinced? Take a look at just some of our amazing accomplishments this year…

Green Team

  • Hired 14 high school youth to work with us through summer 2013
  • Hired 4 Supervisors of the Green Team, creating 4 new green jobs in our community
  • Renovated and expanded the South Street Farm with the assistance of volunteers
  • Tended, harvested and sold produce from 8 schoolyard gardens and the South Street Farm
  • Organized a meeting with local lawmakers to discuss the importance of youth jobs; joined rallies to support statewide youth jobs funding
  • Presented at Tufts Sustainability Conference and FeastMass fundraiser

Schoolyard Gardens 

  • Engaged over 400 students in hands-on, garden-based nature & nutrition education
  • Ran weekly after-school clubs at 8 schools across Somerville September through June, providing volunteering opportunities for about 25 community members
  • Renovated 3 gardens with volunteer support and ran school-wide planting day at the East Somerville School, with over 230 students and a dozen teachers participating
  • Set up worm bins in 2 classrooms and led workshops on worm composting
  • 5 students from the Healey School garden program joined the First Lady at the White House Garden in planting & harvesting, along with our Executive Director Chris Mancini
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