The Fenway Garden Society, Inc., is a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Your donation is tax-deductible in the United States to the full extent allowed by law.
Read the Fall 2012 FGS Newsletter online:
The Fenway Victory Gardens!
Thanks to all who joined us for our
Community Participation Days!
FGS members and volunteers from Simmons College pose for a picture with Richard D. Parker's Granddaughter,
who dropped by our final Community Participation Day of 2011.
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Members: Don't wait! Participate!
As an ALL-VOLUNTEER organization, member participation is critical to the success of
FGS's mission "to encourage the interest and cooperation of all gardeners in
the Victory Gardens, represent the gardeners in all dealing with third-parties, and to teach gardeners and visitors urban gardening techniques".
FGS offers year-round opportunities for involvement.
Click here to check out the many ways to take part in events and programming, as well as in the governance of the organization.
Not only can you now friend us on facebook, but you can join us on flickr, too! You can upload pics from the Victory Gardens, and comment on the pics others have taken. It's a great way to share your experience of the Gardens with the world, whether you're a member of FGS, a friend, or just passing through!
And the pièce de résistance: a highly interactive all-in-one page on Your Garden Show, a social networking site especially for gardeners!
So join us online! Lots of exciting ways to share your tips, stories and pics!
Situated in the heart of Boston’s Fenway neighborhood and a link in Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace, the Fenway Victory Gardens span 7 acres tended by a community of over three hundred gardeners from every neighborhood in Boston, from a diversity of backgrounds and cultures, ages, abilities and experience.
Find out more about our history
While one of the only remaining World War Two victory gardens, today the gardens are home not only to vegetable gardens, but to floral gardens, a community herb garden, a wheelchair Accessible Garden, and a Teaching Garden. A meadow at the gardens' center is ideal for picnics.
Become a Friend of the Fenway Victory Gardens.
There are many ways to get involved in this extraordinary community.
We offer Community Participation Days, community potlucks, Open Garden Tours, and programming free and open to the public throughout the growing year.
A 501 (c)(3) non-profit, The Fenway Garden Society Inc. seeks partnerships with individuals, local businesses, corporations and foundations who want to play an active role in ensuring our garden and community thrive.
Donate or contact us about partnerships here.
We welcome visitors and encourage you to become a part of our diverse, vibrant, and growing community!
Let's Grow Together!
The 2013 Executive Board:
Kristen Mobilia, President
Bruno Rubio, Senior Vice President of Administration
Mario D'Amato, Vice President of Communication & Development
Ed Hommel, Vice President of the Park
Nick Peters, Treasurer