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What to expect during the 21 Day Challenge
Join thousands of people across the country participating in this yearly challenge. Learn about how race & our food system are connected & get inspired to build a thriving & inclusive community workforce & local food system.

Every day from April 4-24th, you will receive a daily email from Food Solution New England. Sign up with us so that we can connect locally and join us for two local events. PRO TIP! Take the challenge with a buddy!

Please complete the information below if you would like to receive daily prompts via emails for the 21 Day Challenge.

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We're excited that you're joining HGP in envisioning a thriving and inclusive community, workforce, and local food system

The Challenge, now in its 8th year, was started by Food Solutions New England to provide individuals, organizations, and communities an opportunity to understand and help end racism in our food system. The Challenge is made up of daily, short email prompts delivered each morning from April 4 - 24. The emails allow individuals to participate in this transformative effort at their own pace.

In 2021, nearly 9,000 individuals and 900 officially participating organizations joined Food Solutions New England in raising awareness and deepening understanding of race and equity issues with a focus on the food system, addressing universally applicable issues of land access, food, health, and hunger.

We’re excited to partner with Food Solutions New England to offer this challenge.

You can learn in detail more about the challenge, what to expect when you participate, why it lasts 21-days, how it got started, and more here:

We will host a Kick-Off event on April 2nd during our Cesar Chavez Day of Service, which you can register for free below

- During most years, Homeless Garden Project works with up to 2,500 volunteers at our farm, stores, and events. Community members are an important part of our mission and vision.
- 2020’s historic events showed us how racism still affects communities and individuals in profound ways. We saw the importance of learning to recognize institutional and systemic racism, so we can work together to create racial equity.
- HGP continues to focus our work on individuals experiencing homelessness. We believe this equity work will strengthen everything we do.

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