Jacob Lotodo was first introduced to Thrive in 2012 when he started his journey as an intern, learning about growing health. In the past few years, Jacob has accepted the title of being a husband, a new father and the Partnership Coordinator for Thrive’s local partnerships. Jacob has started many community garden projects, most recently with a group of people that are deaf and another with a large Anglican church. Together, the Gay Lea Foundation and Thrive will work together to bring knowledge and practical skills to 120 students through the online training at the Thrive Institute. These students will be supported to create and maintain sustainable Life Gardens that provide healthy, nutritious, disease-fighting foods to at least 50 individuals in their community, including orphans and children.
Project Location: Over 50 communities
- Organic Agricultural Trainer
- Discipleship Training School
- Thrive Leadership
- Partnership Coordinator