Seed Programs International has launched a stay-at home GlobalGardener seed packing kit program. These volunteer activity kits are available to companies, volunteer days,team building virtual meetings, churches, as a family activity, civic group, etc.. It’s an excellent opportunity to bring people together to virtually work alongside each other while joining the fight to end hunger. It’s easy, fun, turn-key and ships directly to the participants home or at a centralized location! Seed Programs International provides all the supplies and helps you get organized. After packaging seed with family and friends, the seeds will be donated to local gardening programs, food banks, or our worldwide nonprofit partners.
You can choose from two kit sizes: 200 seed envelopes for $35 or 100 seed envelopes for $25. Both kits include seed packing supplies and shipping to either individual homes or a central distribution location like an office, school, church, etc. To learn more about Seed Programs international, please visit seedprograms.org/ or watch our introduction GlobalGardenerkit video.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About SEED PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL
PO BOX 9163, ASHEVILLE, NC 28815, US
Seed Programs International mission is to provide good quality seed, expertise, and training materials to humanitarian organizations working around the world to alleviate hunger and poverty.
Seed Programs International is a non-profit organization with over 50 years seed industry experience plus over 20 years experience in vegetable research and production. Also, SPI has 15 years of experience operating programs that successfully shipped to over 70 countries in five continents. SPI has shipped enough seed to plant over 1,000,000 vegetable gardens, providing more than 20 kinds of vegetables that are rich in vitamins and minerals often missing in people’s diets.
Our mission at SPI is provide a hand-up to those in need so that they can improve their lives through vegetable production. Vegetable production has the potential to improve the income and nutritional status of under-resourced households. SPI is dedicated to identifying approaches in which our charitable provisioning of quality vegetable seed acts as a catalyst. When interest and experience in utilizing diverse vegetables is boosted, this enables communities to begin procuring vegetable seed through local supply chains at market prices. Depending on the scale and responsiveness of local seed supply chains this process can take a number of cropping cycles before resilient connections are made. SPI looks to deploy our resources in projects where vegetable seed can catalyze sustained vegetable growing activity.
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This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.