The generosity of our supporters allows our work to grow and thrive. Your gift strengthens our work to build and share an edible education experience. 

Help Sponsor

100% of your donation goes to program development and operations. 

$25.00 (We appreciate your support!)

$50.00 (You're making a difference in your community.)

$100.00 (Sponsor Chef Night and you're giving a deserving parent and child a hands-on cooking experience with a local Chef.)

$350.00 (Sponsor camps and you've given a deserving student a 5-day seed-to-table experience.)

$350.00 (Sponsor a teacher to attend Edible Schoolyard Academy and you've given a teacher a 2-day experience for the sake of their students.)

$600.00 (Sponsor a field trip and you'll send 30 deserving students and their teacher to the kitchen house and garden for a Seed-to-Table experience.)

$2,000.00 (Be a mentor by joining 20 of your friends and community students at the table you for delicious home-grown veggies)

$3,000.00 (Become a Corporate Sponsor. Let's Talk!)

$10,000.00 (Naming opportunities start here.)

Edible Education Experience is a trustworthy nonprofit doing important work.  We are proud to be recognized by Central Florida Foundation as a transparent organization and have received Reviewed Status in the Foundation’s Nonprofit Search.  Send this link, http://cffound.guidestar.org/nonprofit.aspx?orgId=1147693, to your friends to introduce them to the work we’re doing and create an opportunity for them to become a partner

Edible Education Experience, Inc. #CH42761 has complied with the registration requirements of Chapter 496, F.S., Solicitation of Contributions Act.  A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE.  REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.


Kitchen House & Culinary Garden Wish List


We want to express our gratitude to all our sponsors.  Their support is an integral part of our success.  They are the seeds that allow this program to serve our community.

 
 

Our on-going list of partners as of May 2017. Thank you for helping lead the way:  Orlando Junior Academy, K Restaurant, Florida Hospital for Children, Whole Foods Market, Edible Orlando Magazine, Midtown Architecture Studio, Brasfield & Gorrie, Emeril Lagasse Foundation, HuntonBrady Architects, TLC Engineering for Architecture, Allan & Conrad Structural Engineering, Poulos & Bennett Civil Engineering, Foster Conant & Associates, Downtown Credo Rally Makers, PowerDMS, 4Rivers, E2Homes, Green Built Solutions, KCI Stormwater Mgmt, Waste Management, City of Orlando, Orlando Weekly Bite Night, Winter Park Pavers, Maschmeyer Concrete, Roofing Supply Group, Architectural Aluminum Techniques, Brizo Fixtures, Thomas Lumber, TECO, Massey Services, Porcelanosa, Conan Disney, Residential Building Supply, Paramount Stone Brothers, www.SuperiorSolar.com, AIT Life Safety, American Residential Products, eInteractive, Beyel Brothers, Design King, ELKAY, High Reach, Creative Concepts, Service Partners of Florida, Boris Petkov, Orchard Supply Hardware, Buckeye Cleaning Products, Aggressive Appliance, Thermador Appliances, All Star Fencing, PEAS Foundation, Caster Connection and now Light Styles/Emerson Climate Technology for fans on the veranda!

Grants: Emeril Lagasse Foundation, 2014

             Florida Hospital for Children, 2014

             Downtown Credo Rally Makers, 2015

             Jamba Juice Garden Grant, 2015

             Life is Good, 2016

             Whole Kids Foundation, 2017

Give-backs: Shopping Amazon? Help our important work by directing give-back to Edible Education Experience https://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-5655482

Charitable Events:  Orlando Weekly's Bite Night, 2014-2016, and coming June 26, 2017

                                College Park Jazz Fest, 2014, 2015, 2016

                                #GivingTuesday, 2016

                                Orchard Supply Hardware Board-Cutting, 2017 

                                PEAS Foundation - Mentor's Table, 2017