Community gardens are plentiful in resources that promote the health and safety of its people. There are plenty of fruits and vegetables to feed individuals, like those shown below, so long as the garden is taken care of.
There are a few features missing from the garden that I believe would increase he health and safety of the visitors and gardeners. First is a first aid kit. Accidents happen. If a gardener cuts themselves while working, or if someone gets stung by a wasp, having a first aid kit handy would be incredibly beneficial. As of now, though, there is nothing to handle any type of accident or emergency. I also think that the garden needs some sort of shelter. Bad weather can move in quickly, and it wouldn’t be great to be caught out there during a storm with no shelter. There is the chapel and classroom right there, but those aren’t open 24/7, so they aren’t acceptable to count as safety shelters.