Promoting urban agriculture, sustainable food production and community-building

Neighbourhood Greenhouse
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REQUESTED DONATION:

92,500 NIS

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FOR DONATION

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PROJECTS / ENVIRONMENT

THE PROJECT 

will establish a neighborhood greenhouse of 25 square meters in south Tel Aviv to grow food and educate residents on how to grow their own vegetables and herbs at home. The greenhouse will be managed by a coordinator who will facilitate workshops for adults and children from the local community to promote a greener environment.

THE INVESTMENT 

Build 66,000 NIS
Equipment 92,400 NIS
Operation 26,600 NIS
Total 185,000 NIS

Contribution from Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo 92,500 NIS

REQUESTED DONATION 92,500 NIS

 

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