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SF Reap Life DIG Event


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Please join us on Thursday, October 25th for an intimate gathering at a private residence in the Mission. It will be night of celebration, storytelling, and toasting to the future.

Whet your palate on garden inspired hors-d'oeuvres and libations. Your continued encouragement helps shine a light into the devastating effects malnutrition has on those living with HIV and other vulnerable groups in Sub Saharan Africa.

See a sneak peek of our new VR Film from our Batwa Uganda Program, "Growing New Roots."

What are we raising funds for?

The last two years, the San Francisco community came together to support the start of a new DIG effort, planting gardens with the Batwa Pygmies of Southern Uganda. Today those gardens have taken root and their communities are beginning to thrive as we expand our programs there.

This year, we are looking to continue and develop the Batwa program, build the capacity of our local team, and expand into new Batwa communities in the surrounding area.

Learn more about the Batwa and our work

DIG's Batwa program has moved into year two as we expand our reach and staff thanks to San Francisco's Support. DIG has seen our Batwa farmers grow more, consume more, sell more, and save more. This not only impacts their nutrition and health but also has created sustainable practices changing their environment and land use in their communities. Read more about how DIG used your support to make this program successful HERE.


Seed Sower- $25 Ticket (Early Bird $15 before Sept 27th)
Event entrance, food and libations for 1 person. Purchase HERE

Home Gardener- $125 Ticket
Event entrance, food and libations, support a home garden for one family. Purchase HERE

Can't Attend but want to Support
Can't attend the event but want to support DIG in the year ahead with the SF Community. Purchase HERE

Location and Time

286 Guerrero St
San Francisco, CA 94103
BART stop is 16th and mission
Muni stop is Church Street station
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Thursday, October 25th, 2018