We Root for Each Other 2024

Feb 12, 2024 | Friends of 577, News & Updates

Back by popular demand! We’ve partnered with our friends at Jupmode again to offer this special limited apparel collection ~ WE ROOT FOR EACH OTHER.

Proceeds 577 receives from the sale of the WE ROOT FOR EACH OTHER special collection will benefit the 577 Growing Fund. This fund supports the Community Garden programs and the beautiful landscape gardens visitors enjoy year-round.

This apparel collection is a true collaboration. With artwork hand-drawn by Isabelle Tucker, 577’s program coordinator and studio art instructor, and in collaboration with Samantha Day, 577’s organic garden horticulturist, the message WE ROOT FOR EACH OTHER was inspired by our Community Gardening program and the community gardeners who are such an integral part of 577’s mission.

Each year, our gardeners grow and donate hundreds of pounds of organic produce to local food banks ~ truly embodying a sense of community. In 2023, the community gardeners donated 1825.03 pounds of fresh, organically grown produce to the folks at SAME Café, Perrysburg Christians United Food Pantry, and Perrysburg Heights Community Association.  

HOW TO MAKE A PURCHASE: Purchases are made directly on Jupmode’s Pop Up Shop for 577. This is a presale with orders open from Monday, February 12 until Sunday, March 3 at midnight. Once the pop-up shop closes, Jupmode will collect, print, and sort all of the orders within 15 business days. All orders will ship directly to you at the address provided at checkout. Questions? Give us a call at 419-874-4174 or email hello@577foundation.org.

The collection features short and long-sleeve tees, crewneck sweatshirts, and a hoodie. Youth and adult sizes are available. Which style is your favorite?

Click HERE to view the full collection. Deadline to order is Sunday, March 3

Thank you for supporting 577 and the Community Gardening program!

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