Dear HEAL Project Community --
The arrival of November has not just brought (much needed) rain, but many exciting events and budding seeds across our garden, farm, and Coastside community as well. Check out below what's been going on and what's to come at The HEAL Project this month!
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#GivingTuesday is a global call to action that is designed to celebrate generosity and encourage philanthropic giving during the holiday season. On Tuesday, December 1, you have the opportunity to participate in this movement and counteract the consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Tuesday.
The HEAL Project has partnered with 11 local restaurants to enable the community to give back in a thoughtful, delicious way. If you dine at any of the restaurants listed below on Tuesday, December 1, a portion of your food purchase will be donated to The HEAL project.
Use this #GivingTuesday to bring family and friends together over a warm meal and remember what the holidays are all about.
- Brazzle Berry
- Cafe Capistrano
- Cameron's Restaurant, Pub & Inn
- The Conservatory - The Ritz Carlton, Half Moon Bay
- Flavor on the Coast
- Half Moon Bay Brewing Company
- It's Italia
- Montara Cafe and Bakery
- Pasta Moon
- Sam's Chowderhouse
- Via Uno Cucina Italiana & Bar
Individuals who can not dine out on that date are encouraged to donate directly at thehealproject.org/givingtuesday
If news of Cabrillo Unified Schools having the WHOLE Thanksgiving week off this year is just setting in and you are thinking "OH NO!", The HEAL Project is here to help! From 9am - 3pm Monday, November 23 and Tuesday, November 24, our Fall Harvest Camp will provide a special treat for it's Thanksgiving Break campers with two days of cooking, hiking, crafting, and hands-on learning at the San Mateo County School Farm in El Granada.
Click here to sign up and learn more about our day camp!
On the left: Our Hatch students have been hard at work helping Farmer Jon tend to the CCP garden this fall season. From monitoring plant growth and inspecting them for insect damage, to taming wild weeds and planting fall potatoes, we lookforward to watching our student's green thumbs grow and bloom!
The HEAL Project welcomed two new volunteers to our office this month - Tanya and Tara.
The HEAL Project is thankful for all of the hours and hard work that our volunteers, parents, community partners, and students put in to supporting our mission and making our programs possible.
Thanks so much for being a part of The HEAL Project community!
The HEAL Project