Bare Hands has planted over 25,000 fruit trees and educated hundreds of families on sustainable farming practices in North, Central, and South America. We began in 2013, planting fruit and pine trees for the people of Chijtinimit, a small village in the mountains of Guatemala. During this time, we saw the need for people to take control of their health and food sovereignty.
The Bare Hands team of volunteers work with communities to plant fruit trees, create box gardens, and educate people on sustainable farming. We hope by helping these communities, they too will join Bare Hands, to continue this valuable mission towards helping communities in need.
How it works
Connect with the community to explore garden possibilities.
02. gather funds
Raise awareness in the community for support.
Design gardens with volunteers and sponsors.
04. plant seeds
Assemble the team to get out and plant! Voila, green space.
Our mission is not to feed many once, but to establish a rich culture of education and successful growth that will last for generations. We reach this goal by aiding communities in horticultural projects while raising leaders from within to steward growth on a long-term basis.
Our projects are made possible with your donations. Since 2013, we have planted over 25,000 fruit trees and thousands more herbs and vegetables.