There is no community without unity.Service in the garden stimulates social interaction and serves as an excellent tool for learning. 



4604 Cavalcade St.


October 22, 2016


Born Identity Project


Target Hunger is one of Houston’s largest organizations providing direct food distribution to food insecure seniors, children and families who face the risk of going hungry every day. We distribute 4.4 million  pounds of food each year – the equivalent of 3.6 million meals - to more than 11,000 individuals each month.


What we’ve accomplished:



More than 35 volunteers to date have assisted with gardening activities such as turning soil and pulling weeds, planting, watering, harvesting crops, and performing basic landscaping duties.



Manage (2) 10x5 Adopt- A plots in the Goffney Community Garden



3 successful harvests of tomatos, basil, spinach and


Target Hunger’s 12 Educational and Community Gardens give volunteer’s and clients the opportunity to grow nutritious produce to benefit themselves, their neighbors, and Target Hunger food pantries.  Located on borrowed land and two high school campuses in Target Hunger’s service area, the gardens stimulate social interaction and serve as an excellent tool for learning.  Target Hunger is committed to providing fresh, nutritious produce to those who are food insecure.