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Our partnership

Bonnie Plants and unite the power of growing with the power of caring to bring access to fresh produce into EVEN MORE communities through donations to local food pantries.

Donating homegrown fruit and vegetables is important because food pantries typically lack fresh produce. When you donate, people in need have healthier food options available to them. Eating fresh lowers the risk of diet related illnesses such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity.

Ready to nourish your community?

Our mission

The action we’re asking everyone to take is simple, but powerful; we are encouraging all gardeners to grow more than ever this spring and then to bring any surplus harvest to a local food pantry, using to find the best location for them. In this way, we can make it possible for the fresh vegetables that are grown locally to help nourish those in the same community, with results that are felt nationally.

What can you do?

    1. 01

      Learn about gardening.

      Check out the many helpful gardening articles on the Bonnie Plants website.

      Gardening tips & tricks
    2. 02

      Start a garden.

      Get a jump start on your garden growth by ordering starter plants from Bonnie Plants. Or expand your garden with top-producing varieties and donate the extra produce to your local food pantry.

      Get top-producing varieties
    3. 03

      Contact your local pantry.

      Use our search tool to look for a pantry near you. If you know of a food pantry in your area, ask them to connect with if they haven’t already.

      Find a Food Pantry
    4. 04

      Spread the word.

      Share what you are doing on social media and tag Bonnie Plants and Check out our social media below to share your story!

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What we've accomplished so far

Bonnie Plants launched Grow More. Feed More. in 2020 with the goal of donating 10 million pounds of fresh, garden-grown vegetables to food pantries nationwide. They donated $600,000 to (equating to 4.9 million individual servings of produce) and called on their employees, who, through volunteer days and competitions, were able to give 50,000 pounds of their own homegrown produce.

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