Gardening Tools

Some sponsored children around the world help take care of gardens as part of their Compassion center activities. By helping to grow fruits and vegetables, the kids learn important skills and get nutritious food to eat.

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Seven-year-old Borisut’s Compassion tutors planted a garden at his center in Thailand 🇹🇭, and taught sponsored kids and their families all about growing organic food. Borisut learned to “plant what you eat, and eat what you plant.”

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Borisut's parents used the skills they learned from the tutors to plant a garden at home, where Borisut helps grow limes, pumpkins, bananas and other food to eat or sell.

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As part of a farming class at their Compassion center, these sponsored kids in eastern Indonesia 🇮🇩 take care of a garden about a half-mile from the center.

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They grow chili peppers, a popular ingredient in spicy Indonesian recipes.

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By caring for the garden, the children learn farming skills that can help them find work after they finish school.

Seven-year-old Borisut’s Compassion tutors planted a garden at his center in Thailand 🇹🇭, and taught sponsored kids and their families all about growing organic food. Borisut learned to “plant what you eat, and eat what you plant.”

Borisut's parents used the skills they learned from the tutors to plant a garden at home, where Borisut helps grow limes, pumpkins, bananas and other food to eat or sell.

As part of a farming class at their Compassion center, these sponsored kids in eastern Indonesia 🇮🇩 take care of a garden about a half-mile from the center.

They grow chili peppers, a popular ingredient in spicy Indonesian recipes.

By caring for the garden, the children learn farming skills that can help them find work after they finish school.

Grow Your Own Green Onions

Follow these steps to keep a steady supply of green onions growing in your kitchen.

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