Clover Organizing’s founder, Jennifer Grosberg, is taking over a garden in her home with her husband, John, in California to grow food for the people with cancer in the community.
She said she is trying to give back to her community.
“I am an active member of the community and this is something I am passionate about and I really feel that I can contribute in a way that I am truly passionate about,” Grosber said.
John and Jennifer Grotzberg are the co-founders of Clover Organic, a small business that sells organic food and garden produce in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
The family’s business, Clover Organics, is part of the Clover Organic Family, a nonprofit that provides food, seeds and garden products to local families and their pets.
Gros Berg said she started with her first garden in 2013, and then grew the business into a successful operation.
Clover Organizing grew about 250 plants in the first year, and has more than 700 plants to date.
Grosberg said she hopes to raise $5,000 for the project through a crowdfunding campaign.
Grosber plans to offer the food at a special event to help raise funds. “
The more people that are involved and get involved in it, the more they’ll be able to provide support for this project.”
Grosber plans to offer the food at a special event to help raise funds.
Her husband John Grosberger said he was overwhelmed by the support from the community after the fundraiser was announced.
“I’ve never seen anything like this,” he said.
“It’s kind of like you’re the one that’s going to put the money on the table and say ‘yes, we are going to do this.'”
Clover organizers has grown to more than 100 employees and is expanding to other locations in the future.