Our shaper sponsors provide the core financial support for a crop circles event and are the key partner in the design selection of the community and the principal reference partner celebrated in all our local and national communications. To illustrate this, in Inglewood Chicago, Whole Foods was the primary “Shaper” of the event, working with us to clarify and identify the needs in the community and were recognized as such in all of our communications
The builders are the important secondary support organizations that provide smaller amounts of capital and critical levels of in-kind support. One of our foremost builders in all of our crop circles has been the Church Brothers. One of the largest growers of organic leafy vegetables who provided all of the fresh food and vegetables for that event
The supporters are the key players who provide their enthusiastic support and talent to crop circles and are most often the local community non-profit organizations that see the natural benefit of focusing on the ending of food deserts. In Englewood Chicago, the Rev. Corey Brooks and his ministry worked closely with us to involve seven other community non-profits and worked with us to arrange the selection of a high school to hold the event, work with local coaches to provide student volunteer support, and identified and recruited the non-profits to conduct their seminars on community gardening, importance of farmers markets, and the courses in nutrition and healthy cooking
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