SFAS greatly appreciates the ongoing support from JM Family Enterprises, Inc. for annual employee volunteer conservation projects including: Coastal Dune Restoration, Native Tree planting, invasive plant and tree removal, as well as general support for conservation programs in the Broward and SE Florida community.
Over the years through the TogetherGreen program, funded by Toyota USA, SFAS was able to execute multiple volunteer based eco-action and outreach and education projects.
December 1, 2016 - TD Charitable Foundation donated $10,000 to SFAS for Coastal Dune Restoration. The funding allowed TD Bank volunteer employees and other volunteers to plant sea oat seedlings, which helps to rebuild the Dune System in Broward County.
SFAS appreciates the support for our Coastal Dune Restoration program through partnership including employee volunteer based activity.
SFAS would like to thank Susan Schaffel of Quick Reference Publishing for her ongoing support of Project Perch.
To all our donors, we are very grateful as your support allows SFAS to continue all our conservation, outreach/education and advocacy programs, projects, and more. Thank you!
SFAS appreciates support from Audubon Florida for Coastal Dune Restoration Projects.
SFAS is active with the Plants for Birds program and has planted pollinator bushes and trees thans to the financial support of the National Audubon Society. SFAS appreciates support from the National Audubon Society for Climate Change outreach and education as well as Coastal Dune Restoration projects.
Created in partnership with FoodCorps, the School Garden Grant program provides a $2,000 monetary grant to support an edible educational garden on the grounds of a K-12 school. Schools, or a non-profit organization working in partnership with a school, may apply.
SFAS has received six (6) of these grants and has partnered with Silver Lakes Middle School in North Lauderdale, McNicol Middle School in Hollywood, Millenium Middle School in Tamarac, Challenger Elementary in Tamarac, Griffin Elementary in Cooper City, and Driftwood Middle School in Hollywood. These schools have tropical fruit tree gardens. Other partners included Whole Foods Market, NatureScape Broward and Broward County Public Schools.
On Friday, April 29, 2016, SFAS Board Member James Hale-Florez and Chief Operating Officer, Doug Young, attended the Millenium Middle School's planting of 19 fruit trees. Follow the link to learn more and watch a video.
SFAS thanks the National Save The Sea Turtle Foundation for their financial support and continued partnership with the SFAS Sea Turtle Hatchling Rescue Volunteer Program.
SFAS appreciates the ongoing support from FPL for Port Everglades Conservation Easement, Coastal Dune Restoration projects, and for our Sea Turtle Hatchling Rescue Volunteer Program.
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