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We are connecting neighbors and caring for nature by growing:

  • Community partnerships
  • Mentoring relationships
  • Educational opportunities
  • Access to local food
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Healthy lifestyle habits
  • Love for one another

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gigs4good

Gigs4good is a not for profit charity operating in Spokane. They provide volunteer assistance with professional, technical, handyman/household projects, and more. In return, “sponsors” donate to gigs4good, and any funds are then transferred in the full amount to a Spokane-based charitable organization. Simply put, gigs4good is fundraising with service and Growing Neighbors is now one ministryContinue reading “gigs4good”

New Food Delivery Program

Thank you for all the ways you’ve helped to feed and care for your neighbors this year! We are excited to share about a great new food delivery service in Spokane that grew out of the Spokane County Food Security Coalition of which Growing Neighbors is a part. This pilot program will last through DecemberContinue reading “New Food Delivery Program”

Neighborly in the Winter?

We often get questions about how Growing Neighbors keeps functioning in the colder months. This is obviously even harder during a pandemic, but there are lots of ways to be a good neighbor even when you can’t grow food to share. Apart from food box deliveries and Little Free Pantries, here are a few ideas:Continue reading “Neighborly in the Winter?”

Recent Grant Award!

We are excited to announce that the Audubon-Downriver Neighborhood Council received a grant from Live Local INW for gardening supplies from local businesses. We are happy to be partnering with the council to make these purchases and spread some community gardening love. If there is anything you need to start or expand your garden, letContinue reading “Recent Grant Award!”

Office Address and Phone

Shadle Park Presbyterian Church
5508 North Alberta St.
Spokane, WA 99205
509-327-5522

Growing Neighbors is an initiative of Shadle Park Presbyterian Church.
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