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Be a Leader

Being a leader doesn’t have to mean a huge time commitment. Our projects do however require sustained engagement on the part of many, and there are big and small ways that you can ensure that these activities continue to thrive:  donate classroom supplies or volunteer in classrooms or gardens,


Are you a local business hoping to support our program?  Download our BusinessSponsorPacket to find out how you can help!


If you’d like to donate funds, download our Donor Form for more details.

Sign up for Busch’s Cash for Education.  This program is free and easy to enroll in! We would greatly appreciate it if you would follow the attached link and choose “Creekside School- Creekside Garden” from the list of nonprofit choices. Thank you for your support of our school gardens!

If you’d like to donate tools, or other tangibles, check out our wish list.

Be an Advocate

Read the Michigan Good Food Charter then Sign the Resolution

Stay informed with updates from the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition

Learn about the upcoming Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act in 2015 and how it might impact school nutrition programs

Find out what the Washtenaw Food Policy Council is doing to support farm to school and local food systems

3 thoughts on “Get Involved

  1. I would like to donate. I am Kevin Sullivan’s mom. Please tell me where to send a check and how to make it out.
    Thank you

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