Please Join myMAR in the Battle Against Hunger. 


  • Businesses
  • Community Groups
  • Individuals
  • Religious Entities
  • Schools


Grow fresh vegetables and donate them. Suggestions for vegetables to grow include

  • Pole Beans
  • Potatoes
  • Radishes
  • Snap Beans
  • Spinach
  • Tomatoes
  • Turnips
  • Zucchini 
  • Beets 
  • Broccoli
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Corn
  • Head Lettuce
  • Onions
  • Peas


Some vegetables can be started inside with some being spring crops, while others flourish in the summer. Please do some research on the vegetables that you are considering to grow, so that your efforts can be maximized to the fullest.


Locations for your growing area could be

  • A Container or Flower Box 
  • Wood Containers (When using wood, please refrain from pressure treated lumber)
  • Backyard Garden (This could be a multiple neighbor effort)
  • Community Area
  • Company Property (Please validate soil health before growing)
  • Great Project for Schools (Allows students to accumulate Community Service Hours.) 
  • Religious Group Gardens Located on Entity Property (Great opportunity for membership project. Members can also be encouraged to grow crops at home.)

Places to share your fresh vegetables would be

  • A neighbor in need
  • Food Banks
  • Homeless Shelters
  • Soup Kitchens


Consumption of good healthy food is key  to the health and well being of everyone. Unfortunately there is a growing population that does not have access to healthy food in America. During World War's One and Two, Victory Gardens were used to prevent food shortages. At their peak, there were 20 million Victory Gardens in the United States. Food shortages have not gone away and the impacted population consists of the very young to the elderly and every age group in between. Please adopt this proven method of helping and plant, grow, and donate.


  • Plan your garden
  • Make sure the dirt is suitable for planting (Please avoid using contaminated soil)
  • Vegetable rows should be placed from North to South to allow for maximum sunshine
  • Flat roof tops can be substituted for yard space
  • Make your garden a group effort
  • Spread the word; tell as many people as you can
  • If you already have a garden, add an extra row(s) to support Victory Garden 3.0 

Send us pictures of your garden in high quality pdf format, so that we can post them on our site


Victory Garden 3.0 Gardeners


Thank you for your support and tell a friend!