1 in 5 children lack access to healthy foods while the average child spends 7 hours in front of a screen daily.
We’re on a mission to change that. Here's how we work.


Learn about our New World Model + Approach.

We create exceptional, nurturing learning experiences for our children, their families, and our community by providing a new world educational program, physical place, and organizational culture to encourage the development of environmentally conscious global citizens. We've designed a space for creative thinking, a source of inspiration, and a beginning point for developing a sense of awareness and responsibility. The journey to that goal begins with teaching children in a healthy and sustainable environment..

We collaborate with local organizations to create mindful programs that support entire communities and enrich the lives of our children. We care about REAL FOOD and our program is food security for many students.

We provide training, cultural events and tours of our model school to cultivate awareness about how sustainable systems are a critical tool to help solve our environmental crisis.

We offer Research Partnerships to forward thinking Organizations passionate about Education, Health, Clean Energy, Water, and Food Production, Ecology + Land Preservation, Cultural Studies + Human Rights.

When a community has access to healthy food and education, women and their children are nourished and create healthy lifestyle habits. They re-enter the work-force, improve their health, and take charge of their own futures..


Wholesome Generation has partnered with BLACK BODIES PROJECT to raise awareness of social injustice by setting up a FOOD + EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP Fundraiser benefitting MINORITY YOUTH + their FAMILIES.
We are committed to engaging in meaningful conversation around the face that many of our community members, educators, and children of color that we serve experience oppression, racism, and violence in their lives. Racial tension touches every corner of life in our society, and our community school is no exception. There is so much work to do, and it’s far past time to start creating changes. We want a better tomorrow for our children and community. We are working for a better tomorrow.

Black Bodies Project