Thank you to these companies that provide sponsorship or seeds to support our work in 2014 and 2015. They are generously sharing resources to fight hunger around the world, educating their customers, and acting as models of good corporate citizenship.
Special Sponsorship Arrangements
Sweet Blossom Gifts is a family-owned business offering customized jewelry made by independent artisans. A portion of every Sweet Blossom Gifts purchase is donated to SPI to provide seeds via programs that support and empower women.
Praxair contributes to SPI in honor of Earth Week as a charitable match to the hundreds of volunteer hours given to local communities by the company's employees..
New Sprout Organic Farms is a North Carolina farm and vendor of organic produce and farm supplies. New Sprout donates a percentage of all sales of seed potatoes, sweet potato slips, and farm inputs to SPI’s Guatemala programs.
By volunteering or running in this fun, unique relay race, you generate a donation to SPI! Sign up today, race day is September 25th. Say that Seed Programs sent you.
Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase to SPI if you use this link to access the Amazon Smile program, and then just shop as you normally would.
We thank these companies for their support:
The following seed companies donate funds and/or vegetable seeds. Please think of them next time you need seed for your farm or garden!