“No one should have to worry about where their next meal would come from,” says Random Acts India Regional Representative Cherry Sharma. It is this belief that spurred Cherry into performing an act inspired by RA’s food equity program in her neighborhood in Indirapuram.
Land for Women started with a new program to provide the current women’s cooperatives in Rwanda with knowledge about agriculture and farming.
Thinking of helping sprout the urban farming initiative? Looking to pick up a green spade to match those cucumbers?
Random Acts volunteers join in the JK Community Farm’s annual Plant-A-Thon to start thousands of seedlings on their journey to becoming meals!
Kindness often starts as a seed. Random Acts Regional Lead for the Canada – West area Rowan Meredith kept this in mind, setting a goal to help families grow their own meals.
As part of our Food Equity Program, Random Acts supported Harlem Grown by funding educational kits for youth at their Earth Day Celebration.