Seeds of Grace builds sustainable and organic gardens in impoverished neighborhoods around the world to feed God's Sheep

Lulu D. Haddon Park

The Lulu D. Haddon Park project took literally two weeks to plan and two days to build! 

The Lulu D. Haddon Park project took literally two weeks to plan and two days to build! 

Local gardens were a natural segue for Seeds of Grace.  The need for fresh, organically grown fruits and vegetables, in our own backyard is undeniable.  Bremerton Foodline is the first recipient partner, and we are actively working with many to build partnerships all through the community.  Churches, shelters, and other food banks are all organizations that we will be working with to build recipient partnerships. 

City of Bremerton Parks Department is our first local land partner.  The willingness of the city to offer unused space to grow produce on, has been an wonderful experience.  We have plans to build at least two more gardens in local City of Bremerton parks.  If you live in an area where a garden could be built, please contact us... Lets get the ball rolling!

New Partner Alert!!!

We are so excited to let you know that we are building another local garden!  The Youth Wellness Campus in Bremerton has acres upon acres that are just aching for gardens... And we are blessed to partner with them!!!  All the produce harvested from these beds will bless the Kitsap Meals on Wheels... the organization that brings meals to those who are shut in, and elderly.  We are looking for people to join that team!  Please consider donating your materials, cash, food or time!