The story speaks about how Robin Emmons started Sow Much Good out of love for her brother who’s physical health was declining due to the consumption of canned and sugary foods at a mental health facility. Pearson also writes about how the Charlotte nonprofit partners with landscapers, gardeners, farmers, community groups and individuals to further its mission. Emmons is knee deep in the planting, weeding and harvesting process. She works side-by-side with volunteers producing over eight tons of food per year for underserved populations.
Sow Much Good is 100% volunteer and exceptionally grateful to everyone who believes ALL people have the right to chemical-free food. Interested in volunteering with Sow Much Good? Go to http://www.sowmuchgood.org/
Check out the Blogunteer article about the Charlotte nonprofit here: http://blogunteer.com/