Helping youth grow,
to recover, to be revived, and renewed.
At The Garden Nonprofit Organization's, wellbeing is at the forefront of what we’re working together towards. Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members reach their goals and fulfill their potential. Learn more about the positive impact we have and join us in bringing about positive change.
The Garden's Giving Program
The Garden's Safe
The Greenhouse Effect
Backpack Drive, Harvest Drive, Hoodie Drive, plus more...
Suicide Awareness, Bully Prevention, and other Mental Health Services to build a strong community movement.
A safe space for individuals to feel comfortable to talk about mental health issues and concerns.
Our mission is to help children and youth grow, to recover, to be revived and renewed.
The mission can only be achieved by working collaboratively with the community, families, donors, and other supporters and volunteers.
The Garden takes an innovative approach where abused, neglected and disenfranchised youth can be nurtured, grow and heal. The Garden is a safe haven that provides structured mental health services and other resources within the community to children and youth to meet their needs and learn effective coping skills.
Take advantage of an incredible opportunity to make a difference. Join us to raise funds, spread awareness and contribute to a truly important cause. Visit our volunteer page to learn about our volunteer program so you can support our next event!
Looking Back, Every event we organize is unique in its own way, and we’re happy to share some of the highlights from past events. Take a look at the gallery to get a better idea of what you can expect at our upcoming event. If you haven’t already, visit our volunteer page to learn about our volunteer program. We hope you can join us in supporting future causes.
Summer Vendor Event
Here is what are volunteers, supporters, and recipients to our service have to say....
Passionate About Helping Others
Ta'Quonna Lampkins aka "The Garden Keeper" is known for her selfless ability of putting others first. Ta'Quonna strongly believes that "we were all created and put on this earth for a greater purpose and mission to be of service to others."-Ta'Quonna
Ta'Quonna obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Human Services at California State University of Fullerton and her Master’s in Social Work at California State University Long Beach.
Ta'Quonna's passion is being a servant to children, youth and families. She has always valued meaningful relationships, standing up for what is right, and leaving long lasting, positive impressions in children and youth.
Ta'Quonna's dream of The Garden Nonprofit Organization was to provide a safe haven for youth to learn, grow, feel empowered, to heal, and to fulfill their greatest potential in spite of their adversaries
Following the footsteps of her late grandfather Pastor Lee H. Turner; Ta'Quonna wants to leave not just a legacy but an impression on others who may feel connected to her dreams, her goals, and her vision.