Executive Director Elizabeth McSwain found that the health issues that plagued many families in the Inland Empire – like high blood pressure & diabetes––could be prevented if only they knew how to make better food choices and where to access healthier options. So in 2016, she founded Caramel Connections Foundation (CCF) to empower families to do just that.
University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources (UCANR) partnered with Caramel Connections Foundation in Ontario to grow community health through the Seeds of Joy Community Garden. UC Master Gardener Program member Elizabeth McSwain works closely
On April 17, 2021 the Caramel Connection Foundation celebrated the launch of the Seeds of Joy Community Garden as Phase 1 to help support healthy eating, active living activities and to teach residents how to
By coming alongside the Caramel Connections Foundation’s efforts, you can play a key part in being the reason why more families can be better equipped to take hold of their destiny and lead long, live legacies.