Seeds to Inspire is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit based in what we now call Arizona, USA — on the ancestral land of the Hohokam, Akimel O'odam, and O'odam peoples. We are a part of a large and enthusiastic grass-roots social justice educational movement with a mission to support the underserved and marginalized by sharing the knowledge, resources, and awareness needed to restore health and resiliency within self, community, and the planet with a focus on whole foods, plant-based nutrition.

Community Garden
By the Water

 Our work is centered on healing 

and consists of Doing and Being

reimagining together

STUDY & EMPOWERMENT GROUPS / WORKBOOKS / PSYCHOSPIRITUAL SUPPORT / RE-INDIGENIZATION / DE-COLONIZATION

feeding people

CREATING FOOD SOVEREIGNTY / FOOD FORESTS / SOIL-BUILDING / SHARING FOOD & KNOWLEDGE

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Our work is based on our power as individuals plus the unpredictable — and sometimes inexplicable — benefits of collaboration, community, and connection.

 Partner Organizations 

American College of Lifestyle Medicine
Million Dollar Vegan
Eat For The Earth
UGF Net
Plant Based Foods Association
Jiviniti
PlantPurePods
Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Alliance
The Pocket Project
Align With Plants
The Virsa Foundation
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
Vegan Women's Leadership Network
Women Holding Hands

What We Work For

HEALING

restorative practices for personal, collective, intergenerational, and ecological healing.

RE-INDIGENIZATION

honoring ancient wisdom & the divine feminine. asking questions & listening — to ourselves, others, the world.

COMMUNITY

  

facilitation; mediation;

healthy relationships;

individual and group 

coaching / development.

FOOD SOVEREIGNTY

 

providing knowledge of and access to health-promoting foods. long-term water & food security with food forests. 

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 We are an 

 Independent Member Organization 

 of the Plant Pure Pods network. 

  © 2021 by Seeds to Inspire Foundation, 

a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit based on the traditional territory of the Hohokam, Akimel O'odam, and O'odam peoples