EduCulture Welcomes Your Support
Help Us Connect Place & Taste with Where We Live Eat & Learn!
On behalf of the students, teachers and communities we serve, EduCulture deeply appreciates the contributions that keep our dynamic Edible & Heritage Education programs going and growing!
Here are two ways you can contribute directly to EduCulture of Global Source Education*
2) Use PayPal account or use Paypal to make secure Credit Card payment
Receipt of payment will come from Global Source Education, our parent non-profit organization.
*These forms of payment can also be used for program tuition and fees.
EduCulture is honored to be partner agency with Bainbridge Island’s One Call For All, a philanthropic community organization assisting local non profits like ours who do good work for the community. You can donate to EduCulture directly through their website. Thank you to all of the One Call For All supporters who contributed to our local grown edible and heritage education programs for students, educators, and the wider Bainbridge Island community! Please consider Educulture during the One Call For All Annual Red Envelope Campaign.
EduCulture is fortunate to be a partner agency in the Kitsap Great Give. Sponsored by the Kitsap Community Foundation, this annual tradition of community based philanthropy in Kitsap County, takes place in late April/Early May. Thank you to all who contributed to EduCulture through Kitsap Great Give and for supporting our regional edible and heritage education programs!
Other Ways to Get Involved
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. Contact us to set up an interview.
EduCulture is looking for an intern to help us archive and research the Suyematsu Family Homestead for our Only What We Can Carry programs. Secondary or Post Secondary 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.