Planting seeds on our own until we can reunite in the garden once more.
As of this morning, over 200 flower growing kits have been picked up at The Museum at Bethel Woods and an additional 700 have been given to Sullivan County school districts to distribute to students. The kits include clay pots, paint, brushes, seeds, and soil. Our flower-growing project, presented in collaboration with Sullivan Renaissance, is helping students stay creative and connected during the COVID-19 outbreak. All participants are invited back to the historic site later in the year for a planting of a peace garden on the historic festival field.
Today, as nonprofit organizations around the world join in #GivingTuesdayNow, a day of giving and unity in response to COVID-19, won't you help us expand the reach of this special project? A gift of just $23 can provide 10 additional kits to our community and beyond.
Please contact Allison Oldehoff, Director of Individual Giving, if you have any questions about making your gift, wire transfer instructions, or information about giving through a donor-advised fund. Thank you!