SAT May 21, 10am - 2pm
Join us for a fun urban hike through Beacon Hill to learn more about food justice organizing. It's a fundraiser but ALL are welcome regardless of ability to fundraise or donate. Bike/walk/roll or drive to points on the route!
Walk, bike, run, or wheel to key locations in the local food justice movement on Beacon Hill, including Beacon Food Forest, Nurturing Roots and The Station coffee shop. We’ll meet with members of these organizations to hear about their work, and will wrap-up with a garden-planting party at the CAGJ office!
Thanks for registering!
We will kick off the Hike-a-Thon at Nurturing Roots where we'll get the energy we need from their smoothie bar! Hikers can join at the beginning or at stops along the way!
10 - Gather at Nurturing Roots for an informal self-guided tour and smoothie bar
10:45 - Depart to visit Maa nyei lai ndeic P-Patch Community Gardens en route, in addition to other food justice sites and neighborhood gardens
12 - Arrive Beacon Food Forest; Learn about BIPOC Community Garden
12:45 - Depart Beacon Food Forest to visit Feed the People Mural en route
1:30 - Arrive The Station coffee shop & El Centro de la Raza
2-3pm: Garden party & refreshments at CAGJ office (optional)
SUPPORT ORGANIZING FOR FOOD JUSTICE
Once you’ve registered, get started fundraising!
Help us meet our fundraising goal of $5000—all proceeds will be split between CAGJ, Familias Unidas por la Justicia Farmworker Union, and Black Star Farmers, who will be featured as our SLEE Gala Keynote!
Hikers are asked to fundraise for Food Justice via GiveLively: Create your page here! We ask that all participants contribute at least $20. Raise more for prizes!
- All registrants will get a CAGJ water bottle!
- Raise over $20 to recieve CAGJ’s new Zine!
- Raise $50 or more to receive a bar of handmade soap
- Raise $100 or more to receive a our beautiful Food Justice poster
- Raise $250 or more and you will be the proud owner of CAGJ's ultra-cool apron!
Grassroots Fundraising Guide
Need help with fundraising ideas? Check out this guide with sample emails and social media posts, and stay tuned for a short workshop session closer to the event. Can’t participate yourself? Donate to help CAGJ reach our $5000 goal here - Thank you!
Accessibility: Please enter any relevant accessibility accommodations when registering for the event. Routes will include accessibility options and denote distances, hills, and other details. We welcome people joining us at different times and stops along the route, and using whatever means of transportation and mobility is best for you.
For more info, contact Heather: [email protected]