Bringing Seeds of Hope to a Hungry World


Seeds of Hope was birthed in 2009 for a request to “send seeds to the people of Bosnia.” Thousands of seed packets were sent by people across the United States; in the Spring of 2010, donated seeds began to sprout across Bosnia and Hercegovina. If the plants grew to their full potential, it resulted in 105 tons of fresh produce.

“We are so thankful for your support of this project and quite frankly overwhelmed at the response! May God bless you guys and may He provide all the sun, rain and protection for these little seeds to grow and produce their crop!”

Kathy Eikost   International Worker - Bosnia

“As we distribute these ‘seeds of hope’ we are also sowing seeds of God's love.”

International Worker

300 “Family Packs” were distributed in cities and villages throughout the Bosnia.

“...seeds are literally being scattered all over Bosnia and Herzegovina! What a great blessing for this dry and weary land!”

Thanks for your ongoing generosity!

Bosnia & Herzegovina


The Middle East

Black Lake Garden

and Greenhouse

Deschutes Cliffside Garden

and Green House

Grand Mound Garden

Thurston County, Washington

For as the soil makes the sprout come up and a garden causes seeds to grow, so the Sovereign Lord will make righteousness and praise spring up before all nations.               - Isaiah 61:11

The simple method of blessing people with seeds for life has become a regular part of ministry at Hidden Creek Community Church. Four greenhouses produce vegetable and flower starts for distribution at The Source. A half dozen Seeds of Hope Gardens supplement The Source with fresh fruits, vegetables, and preserves.

Tumwater Terrace Garden

and Greenhouse

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