Cutting the Ribbon on our Love Tito’s Community Garden
This past summer, Tito’s and Recipe for Success broke ground on a new garden located in Hope Farms in Houston’s Sunnyside neighborhood, building raised garden beds, and installing a nearby native pollinator garden. The project is part of the Love, Tito’s Block to Block Program, which aims to support community gardens and urban farms across the country to make fresh, healthy food more accessible in food deserts—while inspiring neighborhood togetherness, one block at a time.
On Sunday, November 17 the community is invited to celebrate the opening of the Community Garden at Hope Farms kicked off by a ceremonial ribbon cutting by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. Attendees will enjoy fresh food and Tito’s Handmade Vodka libations made with fresh local ingredients, as well as an interactive art wall and music from legendary Houston rapper Bun B. Tito’s Handmade Vodka will also provide Hope Farms market vouchers to neighborhood families and city localvore advocates empowering them to eat and live healthier. Admission is free and open to the public.
The entire Houston community is encouraged to stop by the Block to Block Community Garden Unveiling at Hope Farms to celebrate the manifestation of Tito’s and Recipe for Success’ mission to work toward the elimination of food deserts.