Project Transitions provides transitional and permanent housing for Central Texas residents who are low-income and living with HIV and AIDS. Through its transitional housing program at Roosevelt Gardens, residents develop life skills necessary for the transition to living independently at program's end—housing is only provided for a maximum of two years.
Project Transitions also encourages its residents to initiate their own projects to improve their community. Recently, Roosevelt Gardens residents expressed an interest in making the property greener, developing a strategic plan for a community garden and setting out to acquire a compost bin and a rain barrel for Phase One of the project. With a community garden in place, Roosevelt Gardens residents, many of whom are disabled, will be able to participate in meaningful activities and grown their own nutritious foods.
Join G-Team and donate $5 to help purchase a rain barrel and compost bin for the community garden project at Project Transitions’ Roosevelt Gardens transitional housing program. Forty-three donations of $5 will cover the cost of the rain barrel and compost bin. Additional funds raised will go towards the Phase Two plans of community garden project. G-Team members can additionally support Project Transitions by volunteering at, shopping at, or donating goods to its kitschy and award-winning Top Drawer Thrift store, with all proceeds going back to the organization.
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