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The Adam Caesar Foundation will begin a whole new approach to social change and giving. People all over the world will be inspired to help at least one garden. Rather it is providing supplies, volunteering time, spreading the word or donating funds. Everyone will want to be a part of helping feed those in need fresh locally grown food. The satisfaction knowing a seed sowed by any measure of participation can continually feed families for years to come will keep you up at night waiting on sunrise.

The Adam Caesar Foundation will provide delivery of fresh grown foods to local nursing homes, shelters and families in the community. TACF will provide community school gardens for learning. Children will learn about healthy eating and agriculture. The Adam Caesar Foundation will impact the world for years to come. "Sow the Seed to Change the Future"

The Adam Caesar Foundation will create local farmer markets; therefore communities will have access to fresh grown fruits and vegetables. 





To provide a way for one foundation to directly impact under served communities, by creating community donation gardens, farmer markets and outreach programs. In memory of Adam Caesar, TACF will provide services for children and elderly in surrounding communities; starting with his communities in Houston, Texas.


The Adam Caesar Foundation was created in memory of our loved one. The foundations purpose is to provide community gardens, donation and educational gardens, farmer markets and outreach services. The idea was birthed while grieving and processing the untimely and tragic death of our loved one. Our mother wanted to plant an orange tree in the front yard. She wanted people of the community to take an orange, a way of giving back. Adam Caesar and his cousin Jason Sanders were killed April 20, 2020 while crossing the street in Houston, Texas. He leaves to cherish his legacy two sons, four sisters, his mother, nieces, nephews and a host of family and friends. His father unfortunately passed five months later. Adam's family found gardening brought peace and calmness during this very traumatic experience. Adam had so much love to give to his family, friends and his community. Adam's sister DesMonique Ivory founded The Adam Caesar Foundation as the ultimate way to remember Adam, keep his legacy alive and better the community. His untimely death happened during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The pandemic also shed light to community food related issues and needs. Adam proudly claimed his neighborhoods of South Park and Sunnyside in Houston, Texas. The Sunnyside area is designated as a food desert in Houston.  The Adam Caesar Foundation will be of assistance with community gardens and farmer markets. Adam's entire world was centered around the love for and of his family. He was such a happy dad and devoted son. Adam loved his communities and the people of his communities loved him back. He is greatly missed.

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