Joseph Daniel Wilson Memorial Garden Winter Fundraiser

Thursday, January 25 2018, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM [EST]

2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY, United States


1. Select Seats

2. Review and Proceed

General Admission (includes happy hour drink and appetizer specials all night) Partial Approval -$15.00

General Admission (includes happy hour drink and appetizer specials all night) plus a jar of a HARLEM HARVEST(tm) "HARLEM, HONEY!"----raw, organic honey produced by the JD Wilson Garden bees. Partial Approval - $25.00


Sales end on - - 01/25/2018

Can’t join us? We’ll miss you! We appreciate any donation amount and hope to see you at our next event.

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Event Information

Thursday, January 25 2018, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM [EST]

About the Event

Escape the cold and join us for a festive winter fundraiser for The Joseph Daniel Wilson Memorial Garden! We are raising money to secure funds for the purchase of the two lots of the Garden that are not currently permanent under GreenThumb.

Guests receive a wristband good for happy hour drink and appetizer specials all night! Plus, DJ Fugi Slim will be spinning all night. Come for the cause and stay for the tunes!

Event Location

About the Organizer

Project Harmony, Inc. is a grass-roots, non-profit, volunteer-driven neighborhood organization, devoted to the well-being and sustainability of our total environment. Since 1985 we have been active in community revitalization efforts. We've cleaned up filthy, vacant lots, making them into gardens and woodlands which are natural habitats for birds, native plants, and other woodland creatures, while being at once peaceful, productive green oases whose respite the public can enjoy. We have worked with numerous agencies throughout the city and beyond in order to help make our neighborhood cleaner, healthier, safer, and economically more stable. We’ve reached out to victims of addiction, mental illness, homelessness, hunger and other diseases, many symptomatic of societal depression. Our “Doers” cottage industry and environmental training program has helped people acquire apartments, establish their own businesses, and further their education. We believe in stewardship and responsibility, as those relate in every way to family, community, the world. We have hosted numerous self-help & environmental workshops, as well as block “parties with a purpose,” inter-generational festivals, community clean-ups, street beautification efforts, art forums, concerts and more. We believe in “thinking globally & acting locally.” And we are always mindful of the legend that- “Life Began In A Garden” is a powerful vision of what our lives —in their different ways—can be.