We’re on a mission to help people grow their own healthy, organic food.
Rob Greenfield and the Live Like Ally Foundation have partnered to provide the seeds, literally, for an alternative to the industrial, globalized food system, and to encourage people to make a deeper connection with the earth. In 2018 we helped over 2,000 people across all 50 states of the USA to grow their own food. This year, we’re are back at it again, giving away free garden starter kits to 2,000 more people to help them grow their own food.
“Food Not Bombs” is spreading across the world! Starting in Cambridge, Massachusetts 37 years ago, they are now in 500 cities in the USA and 60 countries worldwide. To combat hunger, homelessness, and poverty, they rescue food that is going to waste and provide free meals to feed the hungry. Local stores, food banks, and farmers markets donate fresh ingredients, which a team of volunteers cook and serve.
Ever had to hold it in because you couldn’t find a bathroom? We need more public bathrooms! The nonprofit “PHLUSH” is committed to improving our public toilet system by making restrooms more accessible for everyone. “We think public toilets are just as essential as street lights, curb cuts, or running water systems in cities.”
Welcome to the ReCyclery, a community cycling center empowering people to live a more active lifestyle. For 10 years, they have been building bikes and promoting cycling for a healthier, more sustainable community. The ReCyclery sells everything you need to get started. They also have an affordable rent-a-bike program, making bicycles more accessible to all.
This is Chris Scott, a humble man with a big plan. In 1975, Chris brought the first Ikea to North America. Now he’s taken the Ikea idea to tiny houses! To house the houseless and provide affordable housing options. With his genius I-Wood design, he’s created a system that allows people with minimal building experience to build simple tiny houses, in as little as one day! His I-Wood fits together, sort of like Lego’s or Ikea furniture, making it easy to assemble and extremely stable and strong. The kits include instructions on how to build the tiny house.
Our fruits and vegetables are being wasted, and you are paying extra for it! The crooked carrot, the curvy cucumber, the under-size apple. Billions of pounds of fruits and veggies are wasted, often for being the “wrong” shape, color, or size.
Welcome to The Bike Church, a nonprofit community bicycle shop for all riders from beginners to experts. Volunteer mechanics teach you how to fix and maintain your bike, from the basics of changing a flat tire to helping you build an entire bicycle.
This is story of how my bamboo bike got stolen and the wild roller coaster ride I went on to try to get it back. Many of you saw the adventure as it unfolded, but you only saw a fraction of the story. After a year in the making, I’m so excited to finally bring you the full story.
When I decided to search for the bike I had a feeling it was going to be quite the adventure, so I decided to film it, but I never, ever expected it to turn out like this. I truly hope that you’ll take the time to watch this short film. I believe you’ll be very glad you did.
My bamboo bike was stolen last night!
Those of you who know me probably know I have just around 100 possessions to my name and this is one of the most important, if not the most important. I don’t have a car and it’s my transportation. I’ve ridden across the United States doing good deeds on this bicycle. Thousands of miles of doing good deeds for others have been done on this bike! And now it’s been stolen in a single bad deed. It’s a little bit soul crushing.
This group is rescuing food by bicycle to distribute to people in need in their community! Enough food is wasted to feed every food-insecure person in the USA, yet 1 in 7 Americans don’t have enough to eat. There is no food shortage problem, only a distribution problem, and food access disproportionately affects people of color, seniors, and people with disabilities.