“The people who participate in the project have likened it to the It Gets Better campaign. They say it feels good to get it off of their own chest, and sharing it for others, letting them know it’s going to be OK. To let them know that someone understands what you’re thinking and feeling.”
“Mama’s Day has so many great things about it. The food, friends, and fun are great reasons to attend. And it is even better knowing that by attending, you are helping neighbors who are affected by AIDS or cancer.”
The proceeds from the Eden event will help DIG complete two large orphanage projects in Kenya. Once completed, these gardens will supply 320 students with a healthy lunch every day and another 60 orphaned students impacted by HIV will receive three meals a day from the garden.