Abbott Elementary actor Tyler James Williams did well.
The star was gardening with Ms. Meyer’s Clean Day in Los Angeles last week.
Tyler is helping Ms. Meyer launch her Lots of Compassion initiative, which is transforming vacant lots into community gardens across the country.
He used Compassion Flower Hand Soap after gardening on National Gardening Day to launch the new Lots of Compassion initiative in Los Angeles.
“My on-screen Abbot Elementary character, Gregory Eddie, has an aptitude for gardening and helps his colleagues build and maintain a school garden to help their students,” he said.
“I believe every school, neighborhood and community should benefit from people like Gregory — those who are willing to roll up their sleeves and take care of something bigger for tomorrow,” Williams said.
Thank you! Abbott Elementary actor Tyler James Williams did well. The star was gardening with Ms. Meyer’s Clean Day in Los Angeles last week
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“I am honored to partner with Ms. Meyer’s to launch Lots of Compassion and will personally donate to the cause.
“I look forward to seeing how these gardens will inspire compassion in communities across the country.”
Knowing that unattended and vacant spaces can negatively impact communities with diminished mental and physical health, feelings of lack of trust and compassion in the community, and more, Ms. Meyer’s Clean Day teamed up with nonprofit partners to support the Lots of Compassion program to set up.
They call on people to use the power of the garden to inspire change.
A recent survey shows that two-thirds of Americans see the US as having a Compassion Gap, and the brand sees an opportunity to effect change by using the power of the garden to transform vacant lots across the country and empower people. inspire to plant seeds of kindness in their communities, which serve as a visual reminder that compassion does indeed bloom.
In collaboration with Williams, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day two opportunities to join the mission.
Beautiful plants: Tyler helps Ms. Meyer launch the Lots of Compassion initiative, which is transforming vacant lots into community gardens across the country
Support for the Soil: He used Compassion Flower Hand Soap after gardening on National Gardening Day to launch the new Lots of Compassion initiative in Los Angeles
Clean: “My on-screen Abbot Elementary character, Gregory Eddie, has an aptitude for gardening and helps his colleagues build and maintain a school garden to help their students,” he said
People can support the Lots of Compassion program by purchasing the now nationally available Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Compassion Flower products, with $1 off each product sold on Mrs.Meyers.com and Grove.co (up to $200,000 per year). the country.
Through the Lots of Compassion initiative, Ms. Meyer’s pledges to provide up to $1 million from sales of Compassion Flower products to support the transformation of community gardens over the next five years.
Those interested in receiving funds to transform vacant or unattended land into gardens for community growth, such as community organizations, nonprofits and others working in the community garden, can apply for a grant online at www.mrsmeyers.com/ compassion.
Ms. Meyer’s Clean Day has a long-standing relationship with the national nonprofit KidsGardening.org, which will facilitate the Lots of Compassion scholarships for selected applicants.
Good guy: “I believe every school, neighborhood and community should benefit from people like Gregory — those who are willing to roll up their sleeves and take care of something bigger for tomorrow,” Williams said. Seen in April in Hollywood
Ms. Meyer’s is partnering with the Emerald South Economic Development Collaborative to build the first-ever Lots of Compassion garden in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood.
The Emerald South Economic Development Collaborative is a non-profit organization that attracts and coordinates investment through community gatherings and collaborative partnerships that increase local ownership and prosperity.
The first Lot of Compassion is part of Emerald South Collab’s Terra Firma program, which uses vacant land as an engine for opportunities to create jobs, grow small businesses, improve the local environment and improve the quality of life of neighbors. improve. Site Design, a Chicago-based award-winning landscape architecture firm, led the design of the garden which was then planted by friends of the Woodlawn neighborhood, involving the local community on all fronts to bring this space to life. It features a mural painted by Brandon Breaux, creative director for Emerald South Collaborative and multidisciplinary artist.
As part of Mrs. Meyer’s ongoing commitment to the Woodlawn Lot of Compassion, Mrs. Meyer’s will continue to work with Emerald South Collaborative through 2025 and beyond to support community involvement and activities hosted on the garden grounds.
“One of the greatest but often overlooked assets of our neighborhoods is our land. By investing our time and resources in improving the land through our Terra Firma program, we are making that value visible and accessible to our communities,” said Ghian Foreman, President and CEO of Emerald South Collaborative. “Community spaces like Woodlawn’s Lot of Compassion capture the imagination and make people dream of what is possible simply by planting a flower. I look forward to working with Ms. Meyer’s to support community involvement in our Lots of Compassion garden site.”