Level 3 Cares
Adopt a Garden Opened May 12 and a portion of each gardener’s harvest will be donated to local food banks.
The Level 3 Foundation has spent the last year working to build a community garden near their Broomfield campus, with all material and labor donated by more than 400 volunteers. Sitting on a lovely, fenced one-acre parcel of land, the community garden includes 56 raised bed gardens, a picnic pavilion, pergola, shed, and more. The garden provides community members the opportunity to adopt their own raised bed garden, and grow their own fresh vegetables.
During scheduled harvest days, a portion of each gardener’s harvest will be donated to local food banks.
Level 3 has opened the garden for bed adoption/ planting (there is water to each bed), and on May 12, they hosted a garden BBQ for people with an interest in adopting a bed ($50 tax deductible donation to the Level 3 Foundation to cover ongoing maintenance). More than 40 people from various companies and Level 3 stopped by to see the gardens and learn more about the adoption opportunity.
Sondra Smith, Senior Director, Corporate Social Responsibility Director, Level 3 Foundation was on hand during the opening to talk about the garden and the foundation. See Network for Good for a link to the Level 3 donation site.