Gardening with refugees.
The Jolly Avenue Garden in Clarkston, GA shares garden plots with over 120 refugee families where they are able to grow food for their themselves and their community. Located in walking distance of three public schools and over ten apartment complexes, we also provide agriculture and nutrition education, job skills training, and personal development programs to hundreds more in the community.
When you join our campaign, we will send you exclusive pictures and updates throughout the growing season of the impact your donation has made.
The Jolly Avenue Garden is one of seven F
riends of Refugees programs.