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April Nonprofit of the Month: Bottoms Up Community Garden

Oaklandish is proud to announce Bottoms Up Community Garden as our Nonprofit of the Month for April!

Based in West Oakland, California, Bottoms Up Community Garden is a community-based organization that grows food on three separate lots, experimenting with urban agriculture and inspiring the local community to engage in food security. Located at 8th and Peralta, Bottoms Up has shaped its mission and values to reflect the needs of their immediate community.

With a noticeable lack of healthy nutrition options in the neighborhood, Bottoms Up Community Garden started serving breakfast to those living in the area. What started with a basic menu and cups of warm morning goodness coffee and tea, has flourished into a go-to destination for early morning commuters and folks hanging in the neighborhood. Bottoms Up has several chicken and ducks on-site that provide some of the tastiest and freshest eggs for Bottoms Up’s popular morning sandwiches.

As of late, Bottoms Up has ramped up their mission of quality food for the area with an expanded menu and dine-in options for dinner twice a week. They have paired up with a digital order-placing services from Josephine is a web-based ordering system that connects users with nearby food options. Bottoms up is offering brunch on options every other weekend alongside weekly dinner options. For more information, be sure to follow them on Facebook.

With April being “Earth Month” Oaklandish is proud to partner with a growing business and community service such as Bottoms Up Community Garden. The Bottoms Up crew will be in-store for our Non Profit of the Month event at our Downtown retail store (1444 Broadway) on Sunday, April 17th from 12-4pm. Come swing by to grab some veggies and learn about the awesome services (and food!) they provide for the public!

10% of the day’s proceeds will go directly to support Bottoms Up Community Garden.

For more information, check out Bottoms Up Community Garden’s FaceBook and Instagram


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