The Intergenerational Garden is located at 22527 121 Ave. in Maple Ridge. It is a neighbourhood based initiative that brings together children, teens, seniors and the wider community in shared learning. In the garden, senior and adult volunteers teach students how to grow vegetables, herbs, flowers and berries.
The food we grow is used by the students and seniors and a large amount is donated to the Friends in Need Food Bank every year!
The Intergenerational Garden project is administered by the Seniors Network and supported by the City of Maple Ridge, School District 42, and Ridge Meadows Seniors Society. Representatives from the CEED Centre Society also support the project as members of the Advisory Committee. We are very lucky to have financial and in-kind support from local service clubs, businesses and foundations. See the extensive list of donors below.
To find out more about volunteering or other ways to get involved, contact Makenna Patrick, Garden Coordinator at (604) 837-8915 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our generous funders who make operation of the Intergenerational Garden possible!
TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
Phoenix Truck & Crane Services Ltd.
Maple Ridge Community Foundation
Plant a Seed & See What Grows Foundation
Rotary Club of Haney; Rotary Club of Meadow Ridge