Sign up now for super fresh, super local veggies from the Hunter Park GardenHouse. All our veggies are grown sustainably and with love in Lansing’s Eastside! We also offer add-on shares of locally produced eggs, bread, cheese, dry beans, coffee, meats, pops, pie, and beer! Proceeds from the CSA support our educational programs for youth and adults. Registration is rolling until all spots are filled & payments are due May 11th. Click here for more details!
Allen Neighborhood Center is competing with 21 other charities in the Big Bang-quet Community Charity Challenge!
Each vote is cast with a $5 tax-deductible donation to the Capital Region Community Foundation. Not only will ANC receive the funds raised from the votes, but will also be in the running to win one of three grand prizes – $10,000 and $5,000 credits towards a fundraising event at the University Club of Michigan State University!
The Allen Neighborhood Center is a place-based organization that serves as a hub for neighborhood revitalization and for activities that promote the health and well-being of Lansing’s Eastside community and other stakeholders. Since 1999, ANC has pioneered and continues to offer successful programs in health access and education, food security, housing improvement, youth development, commercial corridor revitalization, and social capital building. Our comprehensive and integrative approach to community development has resulted in signature projects such as the year-round, SNAP-friendly Allen Farmers Market, the Hunter Park GardenHouse, Breadbasket Pantry, the Youth Service Corps, and Restoration Works. Click here to vote!
Click here to see the project, Growing in Community: Stories of the Eastside. This series captures the many ways that Allen Neighborhood Center has touched the lives of our neighbors over the years by sharing their narratives. Let these stories show you why ANC deserves to win the Big Bang-quet Community Charity Challenge.
Help us foster a healthy and connected community on Lansing’s Eastside.