TigerMountain Foundation’s garden initiatives are special because people from all walks of life selflessly come together to help others in need. That’s how, last year, we provided almost 54,000 meals of fresh, naturally grown produce to Maricopa county residents, many of them from socially and economically disadvantaged neighborhoods located in food deserts. But what matters more to us than produce is the lifeblood of TigerMountain Foundation: you. You are the foundation on which we are built.
That is why we are holding an exciting event called Big Catz Culinary Experience. Each of you are big catz in our eyes, devoted to ending income and food insecurity. Be ready for a wonderful celebration that honors the diversity, empowerment, and accomplishments of TigerMountain Foundation. It will bring together community supporters, farmers, and members to enjoy a cultural culinary tour-experience of our oasis in the desert. We owe it to you to share an evening together. There is no way we could do impactful work without a hand from others.
Join us April 1st, 2021 from 5 PM to 7:30 PM at the Spaces of Opportunity. This is an in-person event with required face mask usage and social distancing. Luckily, Spaces of Opportunity is nearly 20 acres big, so distancing will not be a challenge!
All fundraiser proceeds will benefit Phoenix communities facing income and/or food insecurity. Our efforts are especially strong in the South Phoenix area where the return-back-to-jail rate is 81%—one of the highest in the nation. But we’re changing that: 80% of TigerMountain participants stay in school or out of jail. And you can help us make that even higher.
If you prefer to not come in-person to this fundraiser and still want to contribute, please donate to TigerMountain Foundation online (we are a 501(c)3 organization so you can claim a tax deduction).See Details