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Seeds of Joy Community Garden is a program operated by Caramel Conenctions Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible. Our EIN is 81-2093516 To learn more about Caramel Connections' mission, programs, and successes, visit
Help Us Complete Phase 2: Our Garden Irrigation System

The CCF Seeds of Joy Community Garden is on a mission to create a community garden to teach Inland Empire families how to maintain an edible garden and enable them to have spaces of their own for access to fresh, local fruits, vegetables and herbs. At the new Seeds of Joy Community Garden we will enable community supported healthy eating, active living, and educational initiatives, including:

🌿 Weekly Nutrition Classes and Immersive Workshops

🌿 Food From Seed to Harvest

🌿 Fun Cooking Classes & Healthy Beverage Pairings

🌿 Composting

🌿 Yoga & Meditation

🌿 Canning & Food Preservation



The Caramel Connections Foundation board, volunteers and sponsors have already completed the buildout of the Zen Garden, Outdoor Classroom, Community Kitchen and 8 of the 31 Raised Beds. Due to the impact of COVID-19 the price of gardening materials has increased drastically. 

Low-income housing residents will have priority for reserving plots in the heart of the garden because we don't want them to have to choose between paying a bill or having access to fresh, organic produce.

We need your help raising funds to install an irrigation system in our community garden. Let's make this happen together!


By donating, you bring the Seeds of Joy Community Garden by Caramel Connections Foundation closer to opening to our patrons so they can plant, harvest and grow!