Here at Obviouslee, we’re lucky enough to work with some incredible partners and organizations in the Lowcountry. We surround ourselves with people who want to change the world, and happen to live in a community that is chock full of constant inspiration.
For the second year, OM is participating in Trident United Way's, Day of Caring. Day of Caring brings out 5,000+ volunteers to work on more than 250 projects around the Lowcountry. This happens all in one day where the city comes together to get major thangs done.
Last year, we helped build compost structures and a garden at Grow Food Carolina and this year we'll be at the same site. The garden directly benefits students of Meeting Street Academy through their partnership with The Green Heart Project.
The Green Heart Project is a non-profit near and dear to our hearts because of its incredible mission to educate students about the connection between food, health and the environment through gardening and mentoring.
Through this unique learning opportunity, the organization is educating students about healthy eating, cultivating community and teaching young minds the virtues of hard work, respect and success.
We’ve been fans of The Green Heart Project for years but found a special connection when our client, SeamonWhiteside, chose to donate their crazy good landscape architecture skills to design and build community gardens at three area schools. We're helping to build the garden in Meeting Street Academy this year, which is fortunate to have teachers and alumni from our friends at Teach for America.
Since our team is usually tethered to our MacBook cords, anytime we can get outdoors and get dirty - we dig it. Literally.
And the best way to have fun and help a good cause? Buy this local Bloody Mary kit from Green Heart.