We are a non-profit organization that transforms barren city spaces into thriving, productive, organic gardens. The organic produce is given to local schools and hunger - relief organizations for distribution within the community.
Our vision of a healthy world is one where sustainable, organically grown food is the only option - not a pricey alternative. We believe that every person, regardless of their economic circumstances, deserves access to abundant, affordable, safe, healthy, organic produce. Unfortunately, eating organic has become a luxury that millions of families simply can't afford. We're doing our part to change that.
Our cause is two-fold. The future of our planet depends on changing our 'business as usual' attitude towards food production. Employing organic growing methods is a critical component to the long-term sustainability of our eco-system. For most of us, affecting change is as simple as switching to buying organic produce at the supermarket. Still, for millions of low-income families who lack access to affordable, safe, healthy, organically grown food - organic eating isn't an option for them unless we help make it one.
Find out how you can help.
Established in 2012, City Terrace Orchards is the first Agrarian Organics Urban Gardens project to be up and running. Located near a busy interchange in East Los Angeles, this once desolate landscape is being resurrected into a lush orchard of organic banana and citrus trees.
Once harvested, the organic fruit will be given to local hunger-relief and community outreach organizations to be distributed to low-income families in the area who lack access to safe, affordable, organic produce.
Your cash donations are a huge help. With them we can fund operations, purchase needed farming equipment, and expand to feed more people.
Donations can be one-time only or set up on a schedule of your choice.
We gladly accept donations of publicly traded stocks of all classes.
All donors; including affiliates, insiders, or common shareholders, are eligible to receive a charitable tax receipt for the donated stock. The tax receipt amount is determined by the fair market value of the stock at the time of the transfer, regardless of the capital price paid or the value at liquidation.
Got a plot of land lacking purpose? Let us put it to good use!
Land can be donated or leased to us by contractual agreement. Landowners receive a charitable tax receipt for their land, based on its fair market value on the date of transfer.