by Ann Fletcher
You can still get plants starts and dahlia tubers for your garden. Instead of coming to a table after the church service, just review what is available in the links below. Each link has the contact information to email your request to or to ask questions.
Lists will have a suggested donation price. Make your request as soon as possible and no later than May 1. Once you make your request, Ann or Tom will verify if our items are available and provide you with a total amount. Please give them a few days to process requests.
It is preferred that you pay online with P-Patch in the memo line. The church will not accept cash, coins, or checks when you pick up, simply to reduce unnecessary contact. If you are unable to use the online links, you may send a check through the US Mail to the church with P-Patch on the memo line.
Your request will be labeled with your name and ready to pick up at the church on Sunday, May 3 between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. or Monday, May 4 between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
The proceeds from the plant start event will be donated to Hope Link’s Food Program. This Eastside organization is currently providing boxed food for pick up to help supply increased family needs caused by the pandemic. Supporting food justice is an important part of the P-Patch Team’s purpose. Your donation goes to East Shore’s operating funds which support the P-Patch projects and other programs. Then the P-Patch will arrange to send East Shore’s donation to Hope Link.