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Bank City - The City where your bank is located.
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51 Sherbrooke W., Montreal, QC. Canada, H5Z 4T9.
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City Blossoms is a grassroots nonprofit that was founded to make safe, healthy, green space accessible to all Washington, DC residents, regardless of income. Today, City Blossoms builds school gardens and community green space nationwide. Our mission is to develop and implement innovative programming and tools that build healthy neighborhoods and schools through creative, kid-driven green spaces. In 2017, we provided over 2,200 hours of free and affordable interactive activities, access for over 13,000 children and youth citywide, and community engagement for over 1,500 volunteers and neighbors. Our primary focus is serving low-income communities and Latino, African-American, and immigrant children and youth.
Our involvement: The Marty Tomberg Charitable Fund has financially supported this organization.
Projects We Support
Youth Entrepreneurship Cooperative Program
City Blossoms’ Youth Entrepreneurship Cooperative (YEC) is an innovative, garden-based, program primarily working with underserved high school students. It promotes academic, environmental, nutritional, entrepreneurial, and personal skill development. The purpose of this program is to address youth unemployment and create opportunities for youth to be stewards of their local environment and communities. YEC is a year-round program in which students participate in their own garden-based cooperative business. This model gives youth creative freedom and autonomy. YEC students are involved with every aspect of the design and implementation of their business, which they have named Mighty Greens. YEC students learn various methods of promoting and selling their seedlings, fresh produce, and added-value products, such as herbal soaps, balms, and bath salts, all of which are produced with harvest from their gardens. In 2017, YEC students made over $10,000 which was distributed based on the amount of time each student worked. Through this process, students learn financial literacy, cooking skills, and business know-how but more importantly, this program emphasizes social and emotional learning. The YEC program is the epitome of the beneficiary-led model.
Support Dates: April, 2018 – March 2019
Organization and Project Photos
These images are courtesy of City Blossoms. Used with permission.