Farm first friday

June 2nd, 6:00-9:00pm

 

We are celebrating our Queer People of Color Artists this month!  Come support our QPOC community and enjoy music, food, art, and even vegetables brought to you by QWOC DJ, cook, artists, and farmers :) 
 

At this month's Farmer's Market, we will be selling mixed lettuce, mustard greens, and tons of herbs!!

 

A big Thank You goes out to those who joined us for our first ever Farm First Friday in May! We hope to see you again this week!~

 


June 10th is our June Second Saturday! 
Join us for our monthly open house volunteer day 

E-mail us at admin@phillyurbancreators.org with your name and how many people you are bringing with you to RSVP.

As always, be sure to bring water, a snack, sunscreen, bug spray, and work gloves if you have them.  If not, we can provide a limited number.  Be prepared to do some outside work and wear close toe shoes.  

Come help us continue to transform Life Do Grow Farm!


 

Support our fundraising campaign, #BeeTheChange, and help us expand our Summer Youth Leadership Program to a year-around curriculum! Click #BEETHECHANGE to see the campaign, and DONATE to go straight to donation.

Campaign Promo Video by SaeedsVP 

Thank you so much for #BeingTheChange!! We exceeded our goal in raising $20,000 in 40 days! This money will go towards hiring our teens for year-around work to expand the Summer Youth Leadership Program. The more we raise, the more teens we can hire!

So a big thank you to those who have supported us from the beginning, those who have joined us on this journey along the way, and those new to the Urban Creators family! 

A Special shout out to our partners who made this campaign possible.

We can't do it without you! 

 

ABOUT US

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The Urban Creators is a grassroots organization rooted in North Philadelphia, transforming neglected landscapes into dynamic safe-spaces that foster connectivity, self-sufficiency, and innovation. We call Life Do Grow Farm home. We are community organizers who utilize urban agriculture, interest-based learning, artistic expression, restorative justice, and celebration as tools for neighborhood stabilization and youth development. Through this process, we are equipping a wide range of stakeholders with the skills, tools, pedagogy, and networks to take the health of their communities into their own hands, while igniting a generation of civically engaged growers, innovators, and urban creators.

 

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