Nicole Stine – Manager of Client Relations
January 5, 2015
(Madison, Wis.) – Axley sponsored a Wisconsin Boy Scout’s Eagle Scout project in November by providing funds to install a cedar rail fence at The Cream City Gardens, an urban garden program maintained by The Guest House of Milwaukee.
According to Grant Myse, leader of this philanthropic initiative, the fence’s main purpose is to allow the gardens’ wide range of crops to grow without interruption – specifically vandalism.
Serving as the city’s largest publicly-funded homeless shelter, the Guest House developed The Cream City Gardens to benefit its residents and other community members in need of quality produce. Furthermore, the program offers education to formerly homeless individuals in various aspects of agriculture, preparing them to seek related employment opportunities upon completion.
“Cream City Gardens mission is to help foster a community by ensuring its members have access to fundamental needs,” said Patricia Gibeault, Axley’s Managing Partner. “That mission is one Axley is proud to support.”
To learn more about The Guest House of Milwaukee and its Cream City Gardens, click here.
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