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Funding Goals

Find out about our campaign to gather 1,000 donors in 2010.

Our goal is to fund our ongoing programs and new initiatives.

Seattle Tilth’s mission is to cultivate a healthier community by teaching people to grow fresh organic food and take care of the environment. Join this important effort by making a contribution of any size! Financial support from the community is essential to secure our core programs and to fulfill our new initiatives.

Building on past successes, strengthening our core programs.

Seattle Tilth continues to offer our traditional hands-on classes and workshops at our five learning gardens and at a growing number of new locations around the city and county.

 Exciting new initiatives that need community support:Day's End

  • Seattle Youth Garden Works engages homeless and underserved teens in garden-based education and employment training. 
  • Improving our Rainier Beach and Issaquah Learning Gardens. We are improving these young learning gardens in order to provide a world-class educational experience,  providing examples of urban organic food production and resource conseGarden Classrvation for volunteers, students, and the public. 
  • Educating Educators. The Garden Educator Workshop (GEW) trains educators how to seamlessly link curricula in the classroom to rewarding hands-on lessons in the garden.
  • Immigrant and Refugee Farm Incubator.   Designed as a pathway out of poverty, this program works with low-income immigrants and refugeesBurst Farmer at Harvest Fair 2010 by providing land, training, and connections to help individuals successfully become farmers, in partnership with fellow non-profit Burst for Prosperity.
  • Master Composter/Soil Builder (MC/SB) Training for Teens. Building on work done in 2010 with the International District Housing Alliance and Ground Up, we would like to continue offering customized MC/SB programs for teens in more locations, bringing new audiences unique educational and skill-building opportunities. 

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Support these important opportunities.
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Set-up a monthly donation, join the Composter Club!

An automatic monthly gift of any amount is a great way you can provide sustaining support for Seattle Tilth. For a monthly donation of $5 or more for one year, Composter Club members receive a coupon for one free class (up to $35 in value) and an invitation to attend our Early Bird Plant Sale in May.

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