Rich soil for new roots
Community gardens help refugees resettling in the United States connect with the land and provide fresh produce for themselves and their new neighbors. The IRC’s New Roots community gardens in places like San Diego, Phoenix and New York City use compost to help keep the soil rich and productive. A composting station can help a community garden—and the community it serves—grow strong and flourish for years to come.
Why they’ll Love a Rescue Gift
“Educating girls in underdeveloped countries is really important to both my mother and me, so I gave my mom a Rescue Gift. She said it was the best gift she’d ever gotten.”