We know it is important to provide neighbors-in-need with clean, local food and to support the health of our community. That is why, in 2010, we started our first garden plot at the Duncan Street Miracle Garden in East Baltimore. Each year, volunteers and staff work together to grow fruits and vegetables, which we use to feed people living with HIV/AIDS, breast cancer and other life threatening illnesses.The produce and herbs are grown with the utmost concern for nutrition, making them great ingredients in meals for our immune-compromised clients.

You can garden to save lives. Help us by growing a starter plant, donating seeds and supplies or volunteering at our garden plot. Learn more about volunteering here.