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The Veggie Store and the Sankofa Community Garden Project

The Oak Cliff Veggie Store and For Oak Cliff are partnering in a major undertaking.
Four gardens were installed on the same day at the same time, including one on our campus.

We had an amazing community turn out of close to thirty people to install the garden!

Please contact us if you are interested in donating money or time to support this project:

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Mike & Cat Luster organize the table for the Veggie Store

A bit of backstory:

The Veggie Store project originated with St. Luke Presbyterian Church in Singing Hills (Oak Cliff).

The store offers free fruits and veggies to people in a neighborhood that's part of the "food desert" in southern and southeast Dallas. This is also in a neighborhood where people are less likely to buy vegetables. Some startup seed money was received from the church and it continued to grow based on donations and occasional purchases.

The St. Luke Presbyterian Church project has grown so much that it participates in Feed Oak Cliff activities such as the annual VegFest. They even have an official Facebook page now.