North Attleboro woman sends proceeds from garden to charity

We have this beautiful random act of kindness  story thanks to the Sun Chronicle.

NORTH ATTLEBORO - Everyone who visits Jamielee Shanahan's house seems to leave with a bag of produce.

She's taking advantage of that trend for a good cause.

For the last three summers, the extra bounty from her home garden - cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplants, sweet peppers, herbs and more - has raised money for charitable endeavors.

"If you're going to donate to charity, you might as well get dinner out of it, too," said Shanahan, 31, of North Attleboro.

This year, by growing produce Shanahan will be helping couples grow their families. The proceeds from her farm stand, Bloom, will go to AGC Scholarships, a Mansfield-based organization that assists people dealing with infertility. To read the rest of this amazing story please follow the link below:

North Attleboro woman sends proceeds from garden to charity