Community Roots Garden is not a victory garden but a FREEDOM garden! Free food to free the people of Brookland Park who live in a food desert, Freedom to have organic food without the high prices at every grocery store, Freedom to grow what you want to eat... we need to clear more space of the ever invasive kudzu because we are putting in a greenhouse so we can grow all year long, and plant fruit trees and berry bushes as well.
Serenity Solidarity is a BIPOC-led intentional community and ecovillage forming in Louisa, Virginia. We are focused on community service, activism, and radical inclusion. We are passionate about environmental, racial, and economic justice causes.
Richmond Satellite will produce fresh produce for the Community Fridge Program RVA Fridges. Richmond Satellite Urban Farm is stewarded by lead farmer & U of R Student by Natalie Hawley. Richmond Satellite will produce fresh produce for the Community Fridge Program RVA Fridges. Providing access to fresh food is key.
The Upper Mattaponi Indian Tribe is centered in King William County. The Tribe's community base still resides in the traditional lands of Tsenacomacah. What's something exciting your business offers? Say it here.
Charlottesville Food Not Bombs features many dedicated volunteers who collect perishable foods and pantry items that would otherwise go to waste from grocery stores, bakeries, and farmers markets and gives them back to the community. We strive to share food, skills, ideas, and conversation.
Food Not Bombs is an all-volunteer global movement that shares free vegetarian and vegan meals as a protest against war and poverty. Our ideology is corporate and government priorities are skewed. There is no need to allow hunger to persist in the midst of abundance. Each chapter collects surplus food that would otherwise go to waste from grocery stores, bakeries, markets, and local farmers. Then we prepare community meals which are served for free to anyone who wants to eat. We do not pass judgment about food access or poverty levels
Concerned Citizens of Charles City County (C5) works to inform and educate county residents of issues facing the county. This group was originally formed in response to the multiple power plants proposed for the county--with limited involvement from residents.
C5 strives to become a source of empowerment for the community within the environmental sector and economic community base for the county.
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Casa Alma is a Catholic Worker community and all-volunteer non-profit located on .6 acres in a diverse neighborhood in the city of Charlottesville. We host a community house for resident volunteers and two houses of hospitality for homeless and low-income families. Our guests are typically African-American or Latina single parent families who live onsite for up to two years. Guests leverage a more stable future by paying down debt and saving funds for future housing.
Surrounding the houses, we cultivate a shared urban homestead which includes extensive gardens, a mini-orchard, berry patch, rainwater catchment, a flock of laying chickens, miniature dairy goats, and honeybees. We garden and care for backyard animals not only to provide healthy food for guest families and resident volunteers, but also to inspire people to connect to the abundance of the land.
In February 2023, Visible Records relocated Charlottesville’s Little Free Fridge to the parking lot in front of Visible Records. This free fridge and pantry space is freely accessible 24/7 — everyone is welcome to take what they need, and leave what they don’t.
Virginia Free Farm @ Spotted Pig Holler is an Indigenous / Veteran led 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. We are qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2016 or 2522 of the Internal Revenue Service Code.
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