Your donations make this work happen! Thank you so very much!

We are accepting one time and monthly donations here:

Donate to Just Garden Via Mail

Just Garden
Att: Stephanie Seliga-Soulseed
4607 S Chicago Street
Seattle WA 98118

Host a Just Dinner for Just Garden

Love our work and want to share with friends?
Host a dinner party and a representative from Just Garden will come to share about our work, our mission, hunger in our community and how to be a part of building a just and thriving people and planet serving food system. At the end, we invite people to donated to Just Garden and sign folks up to volunteer. Follow this link to learn more.

When you donate to Just Garden, you make work like this happen:

Just Garden’s High Point build event was a beautiful success thanks to our dedicated volunteers, generous donors and  enthusiastic gardeners! Over 75 volunteers came out to the High Point neighborhood of West Seattle on Saturday, March 23 and donated more than 400 hours to build 14 gardens (43 raised beds) for low-income families. These gardens will help over 200 individuals in the High Point neighborhood grow nutrient-dense, organic and local food.

High Point is a Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) mixed-income community of about 2,000 where income per capita is 64.9% less than the Seattle average. Low-income communities are often subjected to a lower quality of food, fewer fresh fruits and vegetables and limited access to organic options.

In High Point, the nearest grocery store is a Thriftway located over a mile away and considered un-affordable for most families which leaves the local Walgreen’s as the closest location where fresh produce is available. The gardens built during Spring Into Bed will help ensure that many families and individuals in High Point will have affordable and convenient access to the freshest produce for years to come.


Redmond 2013

The Redmond build event was an incredible success thanks to the dedicated volunteers, enthusiastic gardeners, and generous sponsors that participated in the day! Over 150 volunteers came out to Redmond on Saturday, May 18th and donated more than 600 hours to build 11 gardens, 5 backyard gardens for low-income families and 6 community gardens that  will support at-risk populations.

A huge thank you to all the volunteers that made the day possible and a special thanks to the Redmond Whole Foods for sponsoring the event and the Old Redmond Firehouse Teen Center for hosting our celebration!

We accomplish builds like these on a small budget with minimal staff. Your donation make this possible. Thank you for your generosity and support in making a just food system through gardening.