Board Member, ManPower Group
“I love working with Katie’s Krops because it affords me a front-row seat to watch the organization grow a healthy end to hunger in this community and others across the country and also watch my daughter grow into the caring and empathetic person that we should all aspire to be.”
Erin Hartline and daughter Lily
Board Member and Classroom Volunteer
“I love volunteering in the Outdoor Classroom at Katie’s Krops. It’s an incredible extension of the garden, where children are empowered to grow and help make a difference through gardening. The classroom provides a place for children to come together and learn new things, practice new skills, express creativity and foster friendships. Being at the garden provides so many natural opportunities for learning. I love to see how excited the children are to learn with new and old friends in such a special setting!”
From Lily: “I like that we get classes and learn new things and get to be at the garden every day.
We like to help the garden and people in need. I love helping everybody that needs help, no matter what.”
Master Gardener, Teacher, and Board Member
“Education is one of the primary tenets of being a Master Gardener. I am more than overjoyed to be able to share my Master Gardener knowledge with both the youth and adults in our community through the curriculum I have created and the range of classes that I teach in the outdoor classroom.
Since 2008, I have been volunteering in Dorchester County as a certified Clemson Extension Master Gardener. Since 2009, I have had the pleasure of working with Katie’ Krops, volunteering in the Katie’s Krops gardens, and assisting the Katie’s Krops Growers both locally and nationally.
I am honored to be one of the original Katie’s Krops board members. It truly has been quite the journey watching how the organization has grown over the years and seeing all that has been accomplished.”
Do you live in the Charleston/Summerville area? We would love for you to volunteer and help us grow a healthy end to hunger. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to help.