Inglewood Community Garden Partnership

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.

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Videos

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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Images: Mary Salvani and Julia Hinman

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