Award: State Senator Shelley B. Mayer’s 2020 Garden Contest: 2nd place for Community Garden

The Bronxville Giving Garden is a community-centered garden that donates organic produce to Eastchester Community Action Partnership in Tuckahoe and Community Service Associates in Mount Vernon. The garden is also a gathering place where school children and volunteers can discover the joy of tending plants and growing food.

The Bronxville Giving Garden is a self-sustaining nonprofit. It is run by volunteers and utilizes donations from local organizations and fundraising events. It is located on the corner of Pondfield Road and Gramatan Avenue in the Bronxville Village.

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Farmer Dave Phillips has been hard at work growing the vegetables and preparing meals with Jared Apuzo and his team at the Mount Vernon CSA.

Summer Harvest 2023

The Giving Garden is in full harvest with potatoes, snap peas, green beans, cucumbers, lettuce, carrots, radishes and more! Due to a succession planting technique, Farmer Dave has been able to ensure a successful harvest throughout the season. 

Most of the vegetables grown by the Giving Garden are donated to Community Service Associates in Mount Vernon, which prepares meals for eighty people a week. 

Sue Brownie, Giving Garden Director, with Ms. Deirdre and her Reformed School Pre-K class at the garden! 

Spring School Visits 2023

This Spring the Bronxville Giving Garden hosted six classes from the Reformed Church Nursery School. The students were able to see the new vegetables that Farmer Dave Philips planted for the upcoming harvest and plant sunflower seeds in the raised beds around the garden.

We are looking forward to a spectacular sunflower display this summer and a healthy crop of organic veggies to donate to our local food bank partners. We’re hoping to beat the 350 pounds we harvested last year!