Community Garden Sends Proceeds to Rwandan Women
Celebrating its tenth anniversary this month, the volunteer-run Green and Gold Community Garden at University of Alberta farm is making a difference for women in Rwanda. All earnings from the produce sales go to the Tubahumurize Women Association, a women's project in Rwanda that provides trauma counseling and other support for survivors of violence. The founder of Tubahumurize Women Association, Jeanne Mwiliriza, will be visiting the garden as well as giving a presentation about the project in honor of the garden's tenth anniversary.
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