Addressing the connected causes of poverty, homelessness, and unemployment in our community
Riverview Gardens trains transferable work skills for hundreds of people every year
Riverview Gardens' core programming remove barriers so people can be part of their own solution
Five social enterprises provide unlimited job training and a source of revenue for financial sustainability
Chopped. Farm to Fork to Work. will be Thursday, October 10 from 5:00-9:00 pm at the Riverview Gardens Community Center! Chopped is a unique culinary event challenging local professional and celebrity chefs to prepare creative dishes in just 30 minutes using a surprise group of ingredients, grown and sourced by Riverview Gardens.
Volunteering at Riverview Gardens is an opportunity to engage in community stewardship, and help us address root causes of unemployment, all while having fun!
Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a compelling way to support our mission. Invest in our farm and mission and receive a share of the harvest. 100% of profits are reinvested into our non-profit mission to help our community members in need be a part of their own solution.
Your gift ensures that we can continue to provide hope, dignity and transformative, transferable skill-based job training to hundreds of our community members with barriers to stable employment. Your gift offers many at-risk youth, young adults, men and women the opportunity to be a part of their own solution for themselves and their families.
Youth in ServiceWorks®
Lifetime Job Placements
People In Need Served Daily