The Toyota Green Initiative is proud to be an active member of the sustainable movement in African American communities across the country. With every stop on, the campaign plants sustainable ideas and programs at HBCU (Historically Black College and University) campuses and surrounding neighborhoods to foster actionable growth and create positive change for students, administration and community members.

Partnering with the Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger the Toyota Green Initiative secured 50+ volunteers to manage garden cleaning, composting, bed building and weed removal in three different plots owned by the organization.

If that wasn’t enough, the volunteers also helped stock the food pantry with its latest deliveries and served food to the community via the all-new Toyota Organic Pop-Up Kitchen which provided a delicious lunch made of produce from the garden.

All to leave a lasting, sustainable imprint on the local community.

Garden clean up
Volunteers pass rocks for garden placement
A volunteer vets produce for distribution
Volunteers prep wood planks for garden bed building
Coalition member yoli ouiya leads the pop up kitchen cooking seminar
A volunteer gives a community member a pop up kitchen meal
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