Pareesa Pourian Sketch of Historic Imani Weeping Willow
Buy a Ticket and Place An Ad in our Event Booklet
On October 1st, the Imani Gardeners will be hosting a fundraiser at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture at 2 PM. The event will focus on our struggle to preserve our garden over the past year and celebrate 10 years of gardening at Imani. Featured will be a video about Saving the Weeping Willow, a talk about ways we can save land for the community in the future, an art auction, vegetables and medicinals from the garden, music and refreshments. Tickets for the event will be $20 if you purchase in advance and $25 at the door. To purchase your ticket click here.
If you can’t make the event and would still like to show your support, or you’d like to honor your favorite charity, to honor a relative or community member or just thank the Imani Gardeners for their work, consider placing an ad in our event booklet.
Ad rates are as follows:
Business card: $50 Up to 12 words
1/4 page: $75 Up to 25 words
1/2 page: $125 Up to 50 words
Full page: $200 Up to 100 words
Inside back cover: $400 Up to 100 words
Inside front cover: $400 Up to 100 words
Back cover: $500 Up to 100 words
After you’ve paid for your ad, send an email to “email@example.com”, tell us the name on the credit card you used to pay, the size ad you purchased and what you’d like the ad to say, up to number of words allowed for your ad size.
Thanks for supporting Imani Garden and Saving the Weeping Willow.
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Imani Gardeners Kick off Campaign To Save the Weeping Willow
On July 17th, the owner of the middle lot at Imani I had threatened to install fences that would have cut the Imani Garden in two pieces. In response, garden members called a press conference for 4 PM that day and invited the press to come and witness the destruction of our garden.
What happened instead is that, not only did the owner NOT put up the fences, he offered to sell his lot to anyone interested in buying it. We are seeking purchasers interested in donating the lot to NYRP, the non-profit gardening group that owns the remaining 2/3’s of Imani Garden. Warning! This won’t be cheap, so only wealthy benefactors need apply. Our estimate: somewhere in the vicinity of $500,000. Think of who you know that could spare a half a million to help a struggling historic garden in Weeksville. Read below for more information on Weeksville, NYC’s oldest independent African-American community. Of course, any donation will be fully tax-deductible.