Get to know us by getting to know some of the organization we support.

  • FOOD
  • PLANET
  • HEALTH
  • OUTDOOR
  • COMMUNITY

Washington

GRuB
LOCATION:
Olympia, WA

YEAR SUPPORTED:

FOOD, HEALTH, COMMUNITY
goodgrub.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
GRuB (Garden-Raised Bounty) encourages individual and community food solutions. Since 1993, it has partnered with youth and people with low-incomes to build more than 2,300 backyard and community gardens, host workshops, and provide training and resources to increase healthy food access in Thurston and Mason counties. GRuB in the Schools allows students to earn credits while learning about and contributing to their local food systems through programs such as Farming Self, Farming Land, and Farming Community.
North Cascades Institute
LOCATION:
Sedro-Woolley, WA

YEAR SUPPORTED:

PLANET, OUTDOOR, COMMUNITY
ncascades.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
North Cascades Institute works to conserve and restore Northwest environments through education – science, art, literature, and hands-on study of natural and cultural history. They offer school and summer youth programs, teacher internships, volunteer stewardship programs, a M.Ed. in environmental education, and operate the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center.
Organic Seed Alliance
LOCATION:
Port Townsend, WA

YEAR SUPPORTED:

FOOD, PLANET, HEALTH
seedalliance.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) fosters the ethical development and stewardship of agricultural seed—a living natural resource that’s fundamental to our food security. Through collaborative education, advisory services, and research programs with organic farmers and other seed professionals, OSA works to restore and develop seed varieties for current needs while safeguarding seed as an invaluable genetic resource for future generations.
Reel Grrls
LOCATION:
Seattle, WA

YEAR SUPPORTED:

COMMUNITY
reelgrrls.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
Reel Grrls empowers teenage girls from diverse communities to cultivate their individual voices and develop leadership skills through media production. Participants develop lasting relationships with women filmmakers though a variety of hands-on workshops in specific skills (including animation, cinematography, and script writing) and learn skills that advance them toward leadership roles in their community, college scholarships, and careers in the media industry.
Western Lands Project
LOCATION:
Seattle, WA

YEAR SUPPORTED:

PLANET, OUTDOOR
westernlands.org
GRANTEE PROFILE:
Western Lands Project works to keep public lands public. They monitor federal land exchanges, sales, give-aways, and promote reform in related federal policies.