Tesla Pasadena hosted a cocktail party on Jan. 23 to thank major donors to the upcoming Seeds of Transformation Garden Party to benefit community gardens for needy families in Northwest Pasadena supported by Pasadena Community Gardens Conservancy. Donald and Taylor Hall underwrote the party, which featured international wines and a preview of “conscientious, sustainable cuisine” from trendy Westside caterer HeirloomLA, Continue Reading
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Improving Family Health in NW Pasadena’s
The 30-plus community leaders who created the Pasadena Community Gardens Conservancy in 2012 were influenced by Dr. Eric Walsh, our city’s Director of Public Health, in focusing our philanthropy on our city’s “food desert” areas (as shown in the map above). These areas have a scarcity of grocery stores and an abundance of fast-food and convenience stores, and they tend to be densely populated with lower-income, minority residents.
Click here to read more about these “food deserts” in the City of Pasadena’s 2012 Quality Of Life Index On Health.