We are Making Progress, but There is Much Work to be Done. We can’t do it Without Your Support.

Using natural resources, focusing on biodegradable materials, sustainable gardening gives hope to a future generation by showing them that growing food or creating a new garden does not have to mean harming the environment through the use of pesticides and chemicals.

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Just as importantly, it addresses an answer for food insecurity, which affects a staggering number of families worldwide and is prevalent right here in the U.S.

Did you know?

• In 2019, over 13 million U.S. households were food insecure at some time
during the year

• This translates to over 35 million people lived in food-insecure households.

• Food insecurity rates are highest for single mother households and households with incomes below the poverty line

In partnering with education-based gardens in the local area and communities across the U.S., Goodcents Foundation will continue to develop sustainable educational programs. These community-based educational gardens demonstrate and teach the overall gardening process, from seed to harvest.

Goodcents Foundation’s mission is to develop sustainable educational programs. This is accomplished through building awareness of available resources by educating communities on how to grow and share food at the local level, utilizing students and seniors, optimally in tandem.