Plenty Belize provides educational and technical support to primary schools, women’s groups, and community efforts to reduce poverty, produce food, clean energy and water, and protect the environment.
Books To Kids provides free, quality books to children with limited access to books of their own in Gulf Coast communities, Tennessee, Kentucky and Appalachia.
Plenty’s Disaster Relief and Recovery program channels material aid and volunteers to aid communities affected by natural and man-made disasters in the United States, Central America, Haiti, Nepal and elsewhere.
In 2017 Plenty volunteers employing mule trains and trucks carried several tons of rice to remote communities in Nepal that had lost their crops as a result of a severely heavy monsoon season.
Through Karen’s Soy Nutrition Program (KSNP) at the Guatemala City waste dumpsite, Plenty works with local residents to increase the quality nutrient intake of undernourished children, improve parents’ understanding and ability to address family nutrition needs, and expand local employment opportunities.
Kids To The Country on The Farm in Summertown, Tennessee offers inner-city kids a chance to explore nature, creativity, and learn conflict resolution skills away from urban strife.
The Slim Buttes Agricultural Development Project at Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota provides seeds, tools, soil preparation and garden support so that Oglala Lakota families can augment their diets with fresh organic produce.