Boulder: this Friday night, Growe Foundation Party at BMOCA!

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on Dec 2, 2009
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Get your tickets here before it’s too late! Space is limited, and it should be one of the parties of the year—and most importantly, the cause couldn’t be better: teaching our next generations how to enjoy connecting with our earth, and healthy food.

Growe Foundations Fundraising Party this Friday 12/4.

One of the most fun holiday parties of the season!

This event helps us to continue and expand our Garden to Table programs at BVSD Elementary schools. Our program engages the community (parents, teachers and community volunteers) in teaching children about food and how their personal choices affect the health of their bodies and the planet.

$75 gets from The Kitchen (“greenest restaurant in the west” ~ Sunset Magazine), organic Vodka 14, local Avery Beer, wines, shopping for gifts, dancing…all for the benefit of helping kids to live healthy and sustainable lives!

Our Love of Children Foundation was founded in 1999 by Bryce Winton Brown to promote the health and well-being of children and families. Out of Our Love of Children, the Growe Foundation has sprouted. The focus of the organization is on experiential learning opportunities for children, their families and communities around healthier choices for their body and planet.

Through a community outreach approach, the Growe Foundation supports interactive programming that ignites our inquisitive nature and allows us to reach an understanding of the interconnectedness of our planet.

Our elementary school program, Garden to Table provides BVSD schools with the resources and support to build school gardens and create hands on learning opportunities that tie into grade based curriculum.


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