Get Involved with EduCulture

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Contribute to helping EduCulture Grow Healthy Minds

EduCulture welcomes support from the wider community. We are deeply appreciative of your financial contributions that keep our edible and heritage education programs going and growing!

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Kitsap Great Give is May 2!
EduCulture is now a participating non-profit organization.
Click Here to Support EduCulture and Kitsap Great Give!

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Here are Two Ways to Contribute Directly to EduCulture at Global Source Education (you can also use these forms of payment for program tuition and fees).

1) Send us a check made payable to Global Source Education.
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lick below to download our EduCulture Donation Form:
2015-16 Donation Form

2) Donations can also be made securely through Paypal
You can use a credit card without having a Paypal account).  Receipt of payment will come from Global Source Education, our parent non-profit organization.



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We are honored to be partnered with One Call For All, a local organization assisting area non profits like ours. You can donate directly through their website, and we hope you will consider us. Click here to donate to EduCulture through One Call For All.  EduCulture is listed under “Youth Services and Organizations.

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Other Ways to Get Involved

Volunteer Docents

Enthusiastic about farming? Do you love to share your knowledge with children? Consider being a docent for our Edible Education programs. Don’t worry if you’re still an amateur, we’re offering ongoing docent training, teaching volunteers how to implement and assist with Edible Education programs. Call us to reserve a spot.

Seasonal Internships

EduCulture is looking for one intern to help us archive and research the Suyematsu Family Homestead for our Only What We Can Carry programs. High School students with a serious interest in social studies, along with a penchant for research, writing, working and cataloging historical artifacts. This internship is a unique position allowing the intern an up close look at the original agriculture community on Bainbridge Island, and access to historical artifacts. The internship will provide professional experience, in return for the intern’s  contribution towards building an educational and historic foundation that will serve local schools. Hours served can be applied to community service hours, senior project, independent study contracts, etc. Interested students should contact us for more details.