Ways You Can DIG


The DIG Gift Garden
  • Vegetable Seeds
    DIG is committed to reconnecting our farmers to the miracle of seeds. By promoting organic, open-pollenating, nutrient-dense, climate-tolerant, and indigenous varieties, and teaching proper saving techiniques, we are ensuring the right seeds are planted, harvested and replanted... for a lifetime.
    Price: $10.00
  • Fruit Trees
    No DIG garden is complete without the addition of carefully selected trees that provide not only shade and beauty, but years of increased dietary diversity, stability, growth and possibility.
    Price: $30.00
  • Garden Tools
    Farming can be back-breaking work, all the more so when it has to be done by hand and without basic, necessary tools. Provide DIG’s farmers with the strong sturdy tools they need to break ground and maintain their gardens for years to come.
    Price: $50.00
  • Water Solutions
    Nourishing a thirsty garden is often the greatest challenge to good nutrition and food security. DIG’s diverse water solutions can lessen the burden of having to haul water, sometimes for miles, and to mitigate drought.
    Price: $75.00
  • Home Gardens
    DIG farmers are encouraged to take the new skills they learn at the Community Garden and put them to work at home as well.DIG sponsors Home Gardens with small grants to purchase tools and supplies. Our local facilitators assist each and every farmer with planning and design, so that even the smallest spaces can become nutrient-rich, thriving home gardens.
    Price: $100.00
  • Local Facilitators
    For every project, DIG trains and hires a full-time Local Facilitator who speaks the language, knows the community and understands the traditional customs. Easily accepted and admired, Facilitators guide, teach new skills, and are crucial to the success of every DIG Project. By supporting one life, you change many.
  • Group Garden Business Investment
    Help a DIG Group expand their farm into a small business enterprise. Whether it's a moringa supplement business, a poultry and egg enterprise, or local seed banks, these businesses deepen the potential for meaningful livliehoods generated through farming.
    Price: $250.00
  • Share in a Farmer Field School
    DIG developed a MOBILE Farmer Field School approach to take our program to those who can't otherwise come to us. For $5,000, we develop a community demonstration site, provide tools, seeds, local facilitators, and appropriatley adapted training for remote families which improve their nutrition, food security, and income. Invest in 1 share of this program ($500) and help DIG close the gap.
    Price: $500.00
  • Unrestricted Contributions
    Whether fencing a garden from rogue hippos, offering nutrition classes to new mothers, or simply responding to devastating floods or droughts, your donation allows DIG to manage challenges and invest in opportunities as they arise. Join us as we work to make a change, teach skills and offer hope to some of the world's most vulnerable.

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