We use food, nutritional education, business incubation and agricultural development as tools to help our neighbors attain better health outcomes, greater equity, more prosperity, a cleaner environment, and more social capital.
Our neighbors in Rockwood have Oregon’s high levels of hypertension, obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. Consider how our Grandma’s Hands program meets the needs of young African-American families in this article.
The results of these activities are the alleviation of suffering caused by COVID, increased social capital among 90 cultural groups, better nutritional and health outcomes, and successful young BIPOC businesses.
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