Pounds of Food Grown
Families Helped Through Housing Rehabilitation
Youth Attending Groundswell Events
Healthy Neighborhoods Campaign
The Healthy Time Check initiative uses the assets of the built environment, local food, and community engagement to support the movement of the Time Check neighborhood towards a healthier future with increased opportunity for its residents. The next phase of this initiative includes developing a new corner grocery store, building new housing, and acquiring and fully rehabbing units of existing housing. We are launching the Healthy Neighborhoods campaign to help fund these projects that will help revitalize the Time Check neighborhood. To learn more, visit our Healthy Neighborhoods page.
Ideas Grow Here
Come check out our Groundswell Coworking space, which is a shared workspace for location-independent workers. Get your creative juices flowing in our unique, green coworking environment, where you can enjoy two beautiful “living walls” and an indoor garden space with seating so that you can be surrounded by nature while working. We offer monthly membership for $150/month, day passes for $15, and free coworking on the first and third Thursday of each month. Click here to learn more!
Community Served Here
The mission of the Groundswell Café is to provide a place where everyone has access to fresh, healthy food, regardless of their ability to pay. Our simple healthy menu features delicious soups, salads, sandwiches, and omelets with as much of the food as possible supplied by what we grow less than a mile away on our Cultivate Hope Urban Farm and in our on-site hydroponic garden. The rest of the food is sourced from local and organic suppliers. In addition to healthy local food, we also serve a selection of fair trade coffee and teas. Click here to learn more
Apr-21-2021 06:00 PM to Apr-21-2021 07:00 PM
- Join our Urban Farmer Zach at the Cultivate Hope Urban Farm and learn how to easily grow edible mushrooms. Participants will get to inoculate and take home one log with shiitake mushrooms. These skills can then transfer over to growing other edible mushroom varieties such as oyster and white button mushrooms. In order to continue … Continue reading Mold your own mushrooms