& remember, we don’t power with coal. Yey! We’ve updated our donate page & added an Amazon wishlist! Scroll to bottom for more info and options regarding donations.
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Money does not grow on trees, but it can help plant them! If you’ve got some spare dollars, consider helping us fund the growth of this organization. To donate any amount securely, using PayPal, click on the button above. We have 501c3 non-profit umbrella status, so any donations are tax-deductible. Or check out our BRAND NEW Amazon Wishlist above.
All gifts from Paypal or via Amazon Wishlist will go directly towards improving the homestead and expanding our infrastructure to better be able to build, accommodate and inspire our community of neighbors, builders, artist, partners and friends. Much of what is on our wishlist is specially designed to work with minimum resources to help a homestead like ours to power, heat, cook, garden and function efficiently.
Money is nice, but we like things used at least twice!
(Building materials, tools, furniture)
Besides donating money or buying gifts there are plenty of other ways of contributing to our efforts. We are always in need of building supplies and tools. If you know of any just laying around, we’d love to hear of it! Example- an intern/friend of ours, pulled an abandoned wheel barrow out of public brambles, and delivered it to us. Since then we’ve used it countlessly to transport kindling and straw. Thanks Matt!
Now that we’ve built a house, we could use furniture. If you have couches, tables, or chairs in good condition that need a new home where they will provide years of exciting service, let us know and we’ll arrange a pickup or drop-off! You can contact us at dachaproject-at-gmail-dot-com.
Upcoming Needs: Kitchen
As many people who have visited here know, we are in dire need of kitchen carpentry. This winter we will be building more shelves, counters and cabinets. If you have skills, or any material (ie. tile) that can be specifically great for a big farm kitchen, it would be put to good heavy use here, and directly go towards feeding many awesome people. Also if you have skills in kitchen building that you’d like to donate, we’d love that, a lot.
Thanks for your consideration and support of the Dacha Project! For updates regarding ways to support the homestead visit our Donate page.