The Mitzvah Garden is a special part of Beth Sholom’s commitment to the community. Volunteers come to help plant seeds, tend the garden, and grow fruits, vegetables and flowers. The harvest is then donated to those in need. Fruits and vegetable are given to the hungry through the Food Pantry and the flowers are cut and sent to the sick or grieving. Beth Sholom Mitzvah Food Pantry has added Project Home in Philadelphia to its list of recipients of fresh produce from the Mitzvah Garden. Beginning in the summer of 2012, fresh produce is available to the residents of one of Project Home's residences.
Contact Alan Rothman at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-885-1582
Installing Anti-gopher raised garden plot