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Our Giveback

Giving back is rooted in what we believe at True Grace.

That’s why we created Grace’s Garden, our giveback initiative.

Grace’s Garden supports:


seeking to transition to regenerative agriculture, which enhances the nutrition of our food supply.

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seeking healthier, more nutrient-dense foods—especially communities where we live and work.

Our Non-Profit Partners

Grace's Garden isn't a place; it's part of a movement: the regenerative agriculture movement. Regenerative agriculture is a way of growing food that restores the health of our soil. Healthy soil produces more nutrient-dense food.

The regenerative agriculture movement is growing, but it needs like-minded people and organizations working together to help it succeed. So Grace’s Garden has partnered with nonprofits like Rodale Institute, the Soil Carbon Initiative, The Carbon Underground, and Green America to ensure our children have nutrient-dense food in the future.

Our Community Partner

Grace’s Garden has also partnered with a Milwaukee elementary school to provide healthy snack options and to plant a garden with the students—all to ensure children in our community have nutrient-dense food now and learn the importance of healthy soil.

Why are we so passionate about soil? Because the earth has fewer than 60 harvests left.

If current rates of soil degradation continue, the planet’s topsoil could disappear within the next 53 years. No topsoil means no way to grow and harvest food—and no future for our children.

That’s why we champion regenerative agriculture: like us, it’s all about giving back. Regenerative agriculture revives ecosystems and enhances natural resources, including soil, rather than depleting them. It’s the key to more and better harvests.

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You can help extend the harvest.

Every time you choose a True Grace product, a portion of your purchase goes to Grace’s Garden.

That means you’re part of something big.

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