Get Growing With Us!

With a grant from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, we are embarking on an aggressive program of produce growing and food waste diversion.  Our goal is to not just provide access to healthy food, but also to get the community fully

engaged in acts of resiliency, diverting food waste into vermiculture trenches that yield great soil amendment for planting public gardens that serve the community.  And all of us working together to get the job done!


    We’re at it again!

Last year’s tax preparation program was so successful, the IRS is using BluePrint’s program as a demonstration project for other tax clinics around the region.  If you’re interested in helping your neighbors get the tax refund they deserve, please contact to volunteer!  All training is provided in an easy, self-paced format.  The tax returns are not complicated and the step-by-step instructions will help you help others, and will increase your knowledge for your own tax filing.  The time commitment is 2-3 hours per week, with very flexible scheduling.  Our program will once again run at the Geneva Public Library weekday evenings and weekends, so you can pick the times that work best for you.  If you are a CPA or other financial professional, participation in the program can earn you up to 16 continuing education credits.  Attorneys can receive up to 18 credits for their participation.  It’s a rewarding way to shake off the winter doldrums and bring a smile to someone’s face.


BluePrint Geneva, Inc. was formed in 2016 to test new concepts in housing, utilities, technology, and sustainability to grow an interconnected and economically-empowered community. Our projects test, evaluate, and retool strategies to meet the needs of homeowners and renters in Geneva, with a focus on building equity, confidence, and civic capacity within traditionally under-represented and under-resourced groups.