Netiya has catalyzed the following gardens at faith-based organizations in Los Angeles to support food sovereignty and food relief efforts (listed in alpha order).
All Saints Church in Highland Park | Adat Ari El Synagogue’s ECC | De Toledo Jewish High School | Etta Israel | Hope of the Valley Mission | Ikar (JCC) | Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles
| Kadima Day School | Masjid Bilal Mosque Orchard | Prince of Peace Episcopal Church Orchard (in collaboration with Seeds of Hope) | New Horizon School | Project Chicken Soup | Shared Earth Project at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Studio City | Shomrei Torah Synagogue | Sinai Temple/Sinai Akiba Academy | Temple Aliyah | VA Garden/Orchard | Valley Beth Shalom
Netiya has awarded Matching Microgrants to the following partners (listed in alpha order):
Beit T’Shuvah | Centro Cristiano Bet-El | Congregation Beth Ohr / Unitarian Universalist Church of Studio City | Emmanuel – HM Turner Church | Immanuel Presbyterian Church | Lincoln Memorial Congregational Church, UCC | Masjid Bilal | Temple Kol Tikvah | The Church in Ocean Park | Union Church LA – Green Institute for Village Empowerment (GIVE)
2017 Related Planned Programming
Netiya Garden Installations
Emmanuel HM Turner AME Church | Shalhevet/Ikar | Sinai Akiba Academy
Netiya will be offering our 2nd cycle of Matching Microgrants in LA’s District 3 in 2017.
Netiya will teach our Torah of Gardening Workshop Series at three institutions: Temple Israel of Hollywood | Sinai Akiba Academy | Temple Ramat Zion
Netiya will run our Annual Food, Faith & Field Symposium in Fall 2017.