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Give BIG & Support E3 Washington

The Seattle Foundation GiveBIG day affirms the collective impact of investing in a full range of nonprofit agencies that benefit the region.

Wednesday May 10 is GiveBIG day!! Donations made by credit or debit card before midnight on May 10 will count.
Consider supporting your own environment and sustainability education organization: E3 Washington with a gift of any size:
GiveBIG - Seattle

Environmental education in Washington and nationally is at a tipping point—right along with the environment itself.

The need for intensified policy and educational leadership in the area of environmental education, therefore, has never been greater. The actions of the new administration have been harmful to both to the environment and education.  Yet, the demand for interdisciplinary, field-based environmental and sustainability education has skyrocketed as education,  tribal, and community leaders embrace it as a central strategy to enhance student learning.

E3 Washington cannot sustain its leadership in real world interdisciplinary learning, however, without strong support to expand these practices to every campus and every community in our state.

E3 is a very small non-profit organization which is led entirely by volunteers.  Please help sustain this vital association in providing the needed environmental education focus and leadership in the years ahead; and please click on this link to make your contribution, on or before May 10.  https://www.givebigseattle.org/e3-washington-1

A gift of any size will
help us achieve our important environmental and sustainability education goals.  A gift of even $15, $25, or $35 would help our organization greatly. Thank you so much!

 

GiveBIG - Seattle

Every young person in Washington state should have high-quality environmental and sustainability education experiences (in both formal and informal settings) that are responsive to community and youth assets, aspirations, and needs. These experiences should enrich students’ lives and engage them in addressing critical environmental and social challenges.

 

Earlier Event: May 9
Wenatchee: Kids in the Creek