Our mission at Gardening Know How is simple: to help you garden happier. We understand that during a trying spring and summer, millions of you turned to gardening for a little bit of peace, joy, and calm.
And because we’re gardeners just like you are, we know that gardening not only brought you all of those things but it also created an abundance of food, beauty, and hope. So in an effort to help carry that joy and abundance into the fall and winter, we gathered up 13 of our favorite DIY projects that are all designed to bring joy and abundance to your home.
But before you download our latest eBook, “Bring Your Garden Indoors: 13 DIY Projects for Fall and Winter,” we hope you’ll consider joining us in supporting either Feeding America or World Central Kitchen.
Help Us Help Our Neighbors in Need This Holiday Season
With this new eBook, we wanted to create a way for our GKH community to help our neighbors in this time of unprecedented need. So we created a holiday giving campaign for two of our favorite non-profits who are working to help put food on the tables of hungry families across the U.S. and around the world.
As a thank you for joining our campaign, we’d like to give you our book, to help you make your holiday season as special as possible.
About Feeding America
By the end of 2020, 50 million people may face hunger in the U.S. — including more than 17 million children. Hunger knows no boundaries — it touches every community in the U.S., including your own.
The Feeding America network is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, working to connect people with food and end hunger. Gardening Know How is excited to be able to help them in their effort to end hunger in the United States.
About World Central Kitchen
Founded by Chef, Jose Andres, World Central Kitchen has served more than 45 million fresh meals to people impacted by natural disasters and other crises around the world.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, WCK activated thousands of restaurants and kitchens to feed marginalized and vulnerable communities and our brave medical professionals on the front lines, attacking the growing hunger and economic crises on two fronts by paying local restaurants to cook fresh meals for their neighbors in need—at the same time getting food to hungry people and keeping restaurants and their teams open and working.
Whether you can donate $10 or $100, we’ll send you our free eBook as a thank you. Just know that every little bit helps and that we appreciate it.
Here are just a few of the DIY projects featured in our new eBook that we’re sure will bring joy into your home:
- Turning an extra room into an indoor garden
- Using an old book as a decorative planter
- Thanksgiving centerpieces and home decor from nature
- Creating festive, holiday wreaths with natural accents
- Plus, DIY gifts like herbal dream pillows and more