Donate to VGSD!

Your tax-deductible contributions help fund the installations of gardens for those in need, and provide resources and materials to help schools and communities get gardens going!

To make a donation with a credit card via PayPal, click on the button below.

If you'd like to donate by check, please make it out to Victory Gardens San Diego and mail it to:

Victory Gardens San Diego
c/o San Diego Roots
PO Box 33285
San Diego, California 92163-3285

Gift-Giving Program

Victory Gardens San Diego invites you to give a meaningful gift to friends or family members while helping support garden builds and classes throughout San Diego.

We hope you'll help us "Grow it forward" by lending your financial support to our efforts with a holiday gift to honor friends and family.

Want to make a gift to honor someone? Click here to go to the Gift Program page.

VGSD is supported by these major funders

Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation
$5000 grant for U. Garden Classes

Community minded, environmentally aware and groovy all around, musician Jack Johnson does an amazing job of supporting worthy causes in the wake of his concert tours. Through his Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, he has donated millions of dollars to social and environmental groups around the world. His social action network, All at Once, collaborates with hand-chosen community groups around the world. All At Once connects people with these non-profits, creating change through our actions, our voice and our choices.

OB People's Organic Food Co-op: $2000
Ocean Beach People's Organic Food Market is a member-owned vegetarian consumer co-op that has been serving the community since 1971. Originally a worker's collective, the cooperative has grown to include 6000 square feet of retail space and more than 10,000 member/owners.

Lynne Rosenthal of Stamford, Connecticut donated $500 in memory of Beth Rosenthal through the Leo S. Guthman Fund of Chicago.

The Gerson Institute: $1500.00
The Gerson Institute is a safe, natural treatment developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1920’s that uses organic foods, juicing and natural supplements to activate the body’s ability to heal itself. Over the past 60 years, thousands of people have used the Gerson Therapy to recover from so-called “incurable” diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease and arthritis. Founded by Charlotte Gerson (Dr. Gerson’s daughter) in 1977, they are the true source of information on the original, unmodified, proven Gerson Therapy. They refer people to licensed Gerson clinics and treatment centers, practitioners and caregivers, also train health professionals, patients and others who want to learn this natural therapy. They have a wide selection of educational books, audio and video tapes on their website.

Patagonia: $2000.00
Patagonia's definition of quality includes a mandate for building products and working with processes that cause the least harm to the environment. They evaluate raw materials, invest in innovative technologies, rigorously police waste and use a portion of sales to support groups working to make a real difference. They acknowledge that the wild world we love best is disappearing. That is why those who work there share a strong commitment to protecting undomesticated lands and waters. Patagonia believes in using business to inspire solutions to the environmental crisis. Environmental Grants: Patagonia gives at the grassroots level to innovative groups overlooked or rejected by other corporate donors, funding activists who take radical and strategic steps to protect habitat, wilderness and biodiversity. Patagonia has given more than $38 million to more than 1,000 organizations since our grants program began.