We help grow people (in difficult places).

Greenhouses help plants thrive in impossible situations. Similarly, we seek to incubate long-term transformation of individuals, families, and communities in difficult areas. How do we do that? By living where we work, loving our neighbors, and supporting urban renewal.

The Greenhouse Project presents the first event of many small gatherings called “noshings”.

Noshing simply means “light snack” or “small meal”.  Over the next few months, we plan to gather in homes to cast vision, raise awareness, and generate financial support for the Greenhouse Project in Chester, PA.

If you want to be a part of an urban renewal movement that will change the trajectory of thousands of lives in the city of Chester, come out and join us for some food and fellowship on Sunday, January 13th from 2-4 pm at 602 Farmhouse Circle Swarthmore, PA 19081. Space is limited so please sign up today!

Click here to Sign up!

Save the date for the next few:
– February 9
– March 9

Staff

John Clifford

President, Greenhouse Project