The public is invited to participate in the national campaign to create a Rosie the Riveter Memorial Rose Garden by planting a Garden in their community and organizing annual activities to honor and preserve the legacy of the women who made history on the Home Front during World War II so that it will continue to inspire future generations - especially the young women of America.
The goal of this grassroots campaign is to have a least one Garden in every Congressional District in time for the commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the end of WWII in 2020. (Groups in Oregon and Connecticut have already established Gardens in all of their Districts.)
There are several ways that folks are participating in this national grassroots effort. Innovation and new ideas are strongly encouraged so that the Gardens network reflects the diversity and personality of all parts of America.
If you would like your community to be part of the Rosie the Riveter Memorial Rose Gardens national network, please contact us at RosieRoseGardens@gmail.com
Our Community Partners
In order make our programs as accessible as possible we actively seek out and establish partnerships with community groups and resources providers. These partnerships allow our organization to provide the community with enriched programming opportunities while tapping into community resources such as student transportation, activity space, and wider student support networks.