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Becoming a green schoolyards volunteer is a tremendous way to improve the public education experience for children and families in San Francisco. For information on our green schoolyards community workdays, please sign up to receive our e-newsletter.
To become an individual community volunteer, please contact the San Francisco Education Fund
and let them know you are interested in volunteering in a green schoolyard. Individual school volunteers are required to attend the San Francisco Education Fund’s two-hour school volunteer orientation and to undergo a standard background check. Thank you for your interest in volunteering and please do not hesitate to contact us
Become a Corporate Sponsor
As a corporate partner of Education Outside, your company will play a valuable role in growing San Francisco’s green schoolyards movement and in improving the public education experience for 56,000 children and families throughout San Francisco. Your support will ensure that all public schools, teachers, and students are able to reap the tremendous academic, health, and community-building benefits of their new green schoolyards.
Education Outside is pleased to offer a variety of tailored corporate partnership opportunities including:
To discuss ways in which your company can get involved, please contact Arden Bucklin-Sporer at 415-355-6979, ext. 1565 or firstname.lastname@example.org
By donating to San Francisco’s green schoolyards and outdoor classroom movement, you will play an important role in transforming our public schools and cultivating a generation of healthy, well-educated, and creative young people. We hope you will join with us to end the era of asphalt school grounds. Your support will ensure that all children have the opportunity to learn, play, and discover in a living green schoolyard environment.
Education Outside is always interested in unique collaborations in order to help forward the green schoolyards and outdoor classroom movement. Please contact us with your thoughts and ideas.
Our work is funded in part by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.