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Transforming childhood - transforming spaces - transforming learning | Learning through Landscapes Free Junior Rake & Hoe for your school | Bulldog Blog We are giving 500 sets of Junior garden tools, consisting of a Rake and a Hoe, in total worth £10,000, as part of our Tools for Schools initiative in conjunction with the Royal Horticultural Society’s Campaign for School Gardening. The Campaign teaches pupils about plants and gardening, while providing resources to help teachers make the most of their school garden to teach the National Curriculum outdoors and inspire their pupils to live greener lifestyles. Register on-line at www.rhs.org.uk/schoolgardening We will reward schools who reach RHS benchmark 2 with a free Rake & Hoe from the children’s gardening range worth up to £20. Schools will also be able to claim a 30% discount off the junior Spade & Fork to complete the set.

Tender Greens | Sustainable Life Project Tender Greens began hiring homeless teens to work in their restaurants and saw how food can bring healing and opportunity to young lives. The founders of Tender Greens and Scarborough Farms created a program to provide transitioning foster youth access to a safe, consistent learning and living environment. The Sustainable Life Project partners with local organizations to recruit young adults transitioning out of the foster care system to participate in a culinary internship program to learn about where food comes from and what it's like to work in a fast-faced restaurant. Youth transitioning out of foster care face unique challenges that make them especially vulnerable. The Sustainable Life Project (SLP), developed by the founders of Tender Greens Restaurants, believes firmly in the power of food to bring nourishment, healing and opportunity to young lives.

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