Frank's Garden supports our community and amazing employees!
Frank's Garden is an 8-acre garden dedicated to growing vegetables to be donated to our community and our amazing employees. InColor is a premier brand grown by Tagawa Greenhouse. In 1967, Frank Tagawa started our company by growing vegetables. As the company transitioned to flowers and other plants, we stopped farming in the late 1970s. But Frank kept growing vegetables to donate to family, friends and his employees.
In Frank's giving spirit, we renew our commitment to supporting our community.
The seeds we use are graciously donated by Ball Seed.
CSU Grow & Give
InColor has partnered with CSU's Grow & Give program which addresses food insecurity in Colorado by connecting backyard and community gardens to food donation sites across the state. Frank's Garden will help meet this need.
Let Your Light Shine
Let Your Light Shine is a small nonprofit focused on community outreach in Adams County, Colorado. They take resources to those in need and, more importantly, fill the gaps that occur between traditional shelters, food pantries, and other community resource organizations. Frank's Garden donated 15 crates of vegetables expected to help feed over 40 families.
Henderson Food Bank
The Henderson Community Church runs the Henderson Food bank serving Henderson, Colorado. Frank's Garden donated 25 crates of vegetables expected to help many families.
St. Augustine Catholic Church
St. Augustine Catholic Church began a mission of serving those in need when the parish first opened 1887. Today the pantry is an agency of Food Bank of the Rockies, and through the support of the parish, its generous volunteers and business partners, serves those in need in Brighton and the nearby surrounding areas by providing fresh food, personal hygiene and baby products. Frank's Garden donated 18 crates of vegetables expected to help many families.