Community Garden

Community Garden

The Unemployed Help Centre has provisions for 200 garden plots so that families have the opportunity to plant and harvest their own vegetables in Shirley and Ray Gould’s Community Garden. Seeds are provided for this initiative. Each individual/family will be responsible for caring for their own plot, and will plant an extra row for Community distribution. You will gain knowledge of gardening skills, as well as reaping the benefits of fresh produce. Don't miss out on this opportunity. Plots are assigned on a first come, first serve basis.

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Eligibility Requirements

  • Low Income Individuals/Families
  • Must be interested and committed to the project
  • No gardening skills required


For more information or to apply, contact us in Windsor or Belle River