Grassroots Project, Faith-Based Organization

Jolly Avenue Garden | Clarkston, GA


The Jolly Avenue Garden is much more than a garden.


It’s a vibrant community gathering space, created by the Friends of Refugees ministry, with a mission to enrich the Clarkston community by offering growing spaces where refugee gardeners can grow their own food to feed their families and friends, while also facilitating educational opportunities and providing access to healthy food and nutrition education.

A hands-on labor of love for Epic Faith, Jack Wolfe has brought construction and project-management expertise to finish an on-site greenhouse and build the garden’s first bathroom, which offers high-quality amenities and dignity for the gardeners. At the same time, Jack brings his passion to encourage the staff team at Friends of Refugees, offering informal advice and project management for a variety of other large construction projects.