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Pink Clouds

Free Food For Everyone Project

Welcome, all, to the Warriors of Light "Free Food for Everyone Project." We believe the first step in solving The major water issue is to focus on the soil quality and change current agriculture methods to regenerative agriculture. To transform current practices, we seek to incentivize self-sustainability, Self- reliance, self-healing, and community unity within each state, starting at the city level.

 

However, we see that multiple issues are tied together and can be solved. In this project, we also seek to address problems in areas of physical health, mental health, emotional health, Soul development, Homelessness, community building, and community unity. We're currently working on a 3-stage plan that can be subject to change as progress is developed.

 

Stage 1- we have worked closely with other organizations within the area, who have developed surveys and evidence of food insecurities in the region. Working with organizations we are able to map out the mental health, environmental, physical, and emotional concerns and struggles within the Pikes' peak region. We plan on using these surveys, research, and data as leverage to push for policies that incentivized positive behavior, local and community gardening, physical and spiritual development, and individual creativity.

Stage 2- We use our Brotherhood of Self Mastery project to spread information and gain support as we help young men gain self-mastery. With the completion of this project, we hope to gain volunteers, make partnerships, start official memberships, and incorporate strategic planning within the community for future movements. 

As we develop studies in feng shui, sacred geometry, and bio geometry, we will partner up with local churches and religious entities to create a healing space for the homeless population. We want to create a space that gives the homeless a safe place to go and provides people with everything needed to transition out of the state of survival. An area focused on people working together to uplift one another and provide valuable service in personalized ways. We seek to create leadership, developed skills, and focus on individuals' physical, mental, and emotional health. We will create massive food production stations and new ways of giving back to all communities.

Stage 3- We believe the current local farmers are an incredible asset and wish to use them as an example for others to follow. We seek to incentives our local farmers to be the tested leaders that show how regenerative agriculture can work in the Colorado region. We seek to get with the local farmers, work out every detail needed for the transition to regenerative agriculture, and implement/ test / readjust until the desired outcome can be reached. Once reached will we start using all new systems of new food production to establish free markets that distribute food as well as distributing to local food pantries.

As we work on our plan, we will hold community meets for ideas, talents, visions, and support. We know there needs to be a change to our current system, and ask anyone who wishes to contribute to join us and help make this project a victory for Everyone. 

Together We Stand; Divided We Fall!

Never give up, Never Surrender!

We will make this world beautiful for everyone!

Food Pantry List Colorado springs westside

Sundays:

1. Living Hope church, 640 Manitou AVE, 12:30 pm -2:00 pm 

Mondays:

2. Sacred heart church, 2021 W. Pikes Peak 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Wednesdays:

3. Westside community center, 1628 W. Bijou St, 1:00 pm- 3:00 pm 

4. Stratmoor Hills Community Pantry, 2027 B Street C/S 80906 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

5. St Andrew's Episcopal/Manitou Community Pantry, 808 Manitou Ave, Manitou Springs 80829

Thursdays:

6. Pleasent Valley Baptist Church, 131 N. 30th Street 9:30am - 11:00am( Clothing Closet at the some time)

7. Sacred Heart Church, 2021 W. Pikes Peak, 12:00 pm- 2:00 pm, 

Friday: Manitou Community Congregational, 103 Pawnee, manitou, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Hot Meals

1. Marian House Soup Kitchen, 14W Bijou St, every day, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

2. Salvation Army, 908 Yuma St, 2$ fee, 11:30 pm- 1:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm 

3. Church of Lord of Glory, 500W. Bijou S.T. Wed + Sun 3:00 pm

4. Legacy Wesleyan Church, 502 n Walnut St. Sat, 9:00 am 

5. The Sanctuary Church, 1930 W. Colorado Ave.

 

Community Garden Locations

1. Deerfield Hills Community Center, 4290 Deerfield Hiils RD.

2. Medows Park Community Center, 1943 S. EL Paso Ave.

3. Hillside Community Center, 925 S. Institute ST.

4.Mid Shooks Run, 702 E Boulder ST.

5. Westside Community Center, 1628 W Bijou ST.

6. Vermijo Park, 2601 W Vermijo

7. Old Farm, 4585 Old farm Cir W

8. Fire Station 21, 7320 Dublin Blvd 

Food Framework by Healthy Food Policy Project

El Paso County Food System Assessment Phase 1 Report By El Paso County Public Health

Envisioning Food Security: Highlighting Neighborhood Residence Expertise through Community based Research By Florencia Rojo, Eliza Guion, Erin Taylor, Cordelia Feess-Armstrong, Patience Kabwasa, and Gabriel Gil From the Colorado College  

Vertical grow tower Guide

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