Plenitud PR is a non-profit educational farm and community dedicated to service and sustainability. We provide people with sustainability skills and knowledge needed to encourage inner growth and to live in harmony with themselves, each other, and the natural world. At the heart of our service is experiential learning in sustainability and the arts that engages people in community service, fosters relationships, and creates connections.
Bamboo Workshops november-december 2018
Come learn more about this sustainable, renewable source of building material and how to use it. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rain water community systems and Worshops Now- July 2019
As part of Plenitud’s relief work efforts we are giving workshops and installing rainwater systems in the communities of Las Marías and Añasco. This is in partnership with Fundación Comunitaria and Cambu. Learn more about this effort and support us.
Community Movie Nights - First Thursday of each Month
Join us for an evening of community and inspiration at the farm. We watch an outdoor movie and gather for fellowship to share seeds, knowledge, and farming techniques. See our community outreach program.
Service Learning Trips
Alternative Breaks are here to empower and challenge students to understand their purpose in the world through direct and indirect service, service-learning, and reflection, while encouraging personal growth, social awareness, and active citizenship. Alternative Breaks provide the opportunity for students to explore community service in local, national, and international settings, fostering a Serve, Learn, & Discover mentality. Bring your group of students to an Alternative Break at Plenitud PR!
Plenitud is, at its core, an organization based on community. Your support is what enables us to be that change, from direct service to our local community to our broad-reaching programs in sustainability, education, and living arts. All expressions of love and support are maximal--no donation of time, money, or skills is ever too little.