The Lindfield East Community Garden relies on the support from citizens and organizations to continue providing educational programming and valuable resources (food) to the broader community. While we love to see our membership grow, we’re very appreciative of any and all donations. 

Donations are used to purchase and maintain the necessary equipment, buy seeds, power our cold-season greenhouses, and provide sheds and tools for our members and volunteers. Our supporters feel good knowing that their donations go towards providing the surrounding community with fresh produce and developing healthy habits and hobbies.

The Lindfield East Community Garden is a 501(C)3 Non-Profit Organization and all donations are tax-deductible.

Suggested donations


$5 is all it takes to purchase enough seeds to plant over 100 high-yield plants and grow over 500lbs of fresh produce!


With the right tools, we can increase yield efficiency by 40%. This means more food and less waste for everyone.


Your generous donation will help educate the next generation of leaders to help carry this project forward!

Our Donors

The Lindfield East Community Garden would like to recognize our loyal donors who go above and beyond to support this project year after year. Their donations have allowed us to grow (pun intended) from a small half-acre garden to what it is today. 

Individual Donors

  • Hillary Hodge
  • Zeph Johns
  • Xanthus Whitley
  • Skyler Fry 
  • Wilma Barr
  • Deacon Cote
  • Madonna Moses
  • Seth Moore
  • Stacey Petty 
  • The McMillan Family 
  • The Patel Family 

Corporate Donors

  • Blue Sky Organics 
  • Perry Seed Co. 
  • The Soil Lab 
  • Pepper Pantry Parlor 
  • The Shovel Shop 
  • Sheds R Us 
  • The Till and Drill Team
  • The Home Garden Megastore
  • Green Living University 
  • National Parks Services