It's not important who does the planting, or who does the watering. What's important is that God makes the seed grow. - 1 Corinthians 3:7
SOUP KITCHEN 2020
COVID-19 UPDATE: We have been able to maintain our gardens with the help from the Soup Kitchen, our HGH Board Members and Families. We have been harvesting and delivering to the Soup Kitchen this year.
SOUP KITCHEN 2019
Burton Farms' General Store - Thanks for giving Vegetables to the Hickory Soup Kitchen. Marcus and Renee deliver the food to the Soup once a month.
Radishes were delivered to the Hickory Soup Kitchen. Thanks to Marcus Miller and Rick Slaven for harvesting. Thanks to Michael Willard and Kathy Tiffee for maintaining the SALT Block Garden.
Thanks to Raising Roots Farm, Danielle and Joseph for assisting with the harvest this morning. With a massive donation of eggs and an equally massive supply of lettuce, spinach, and kale from the Veterans Memorial Garden the Hickory Soup Kitchen had some work on their hands to store and prepare everything! All the volunteers made short work of delivering nearly 100lbs. of fresh produce.
Community gardens contribute to a healthy
providing fresh, safe, affordable herbs, fruits and vegetables
helping to relieve stress and increase sense of wellness
getting people active, which improves overall physical health
providing social opportunities that build a sense of community and belonging
giving people an opportunity to learn and share knowledge on gardening, nature, and cooking
Gives people HOPE
January to May - Soup Kitchen has received over 600 pound of cabbage, tomatoes, squash, kale and radishes from us.
Partnership - HGH introduced Burton Farms' General Store in April. New at the corner of Hwy. 70 and Business 321 in Newton. They have given us food, veggies and starts for the gardens and Soup Kitchen.