We invite you to be a supporter, too!

Thank you to all those who have given of their time and resources to build and sustain Gateway Community Garden. Without broad support from the community and the Town of Huntington, the garden would never have been built and would not still be a vibrant, green space in Huntington Station. 

Special thanks go to the Townwide Fund of Huntington which has made repeated grants to the garden for both educational programs and gardening necessities.

The Family Service League also played a crucial role, holding the Huntington Town license for the garden in 2015 while a transition was under way from management of the garden by the Long Island Community Agriculture Network to a new non-profit, Gateway Community Garden, Inc., formed by the gardeners.

In addition to the businesses and organizations listed below, numerous individuals have also contributed to sustaining the garden. Thank you for your belief and support of this project. 

  • Deck & Patio
  • Fox Hollow Farm
  • Friends of Students
  • Horace & Amy Hagedorn Fund
  • Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative
  • Huntington Kiwanis
  • Huntington Station Business Improvement District
  • Long Island Food Not Bombs
  • Long Island North Shore Heritage Area
  • NAACP Huntington Branch
  • Nathan Hale Garden Club
  • North Shore Land Alliance
  • Peconic Land Trust
  • Renaissance Downtown
  • Seedsower Farm LLC
  • Slow Food Huntington
  • Source the Station
  • St. Hugh Project Hope
  • Temple Beth El
  • Tri Community & Youth Agency
  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington
Eastern Giant Swallowtail on a Zinnia at the Garden
Sunflower head