Please support the James Lick Middle School Dinosaur Garden and Community Park!
Climate Action Now! teaches young people and adults about climate change by removing pavement to build organic educational gardens in San Francisco. Since 2013 CAN! has removed over 21,000 ft2 of pavement in SF. 15,000 ft2 of which were removed from SFUSD Public Schoolyards, cultivating educational, habitat and pollinator gardens.
Having partnered with the James Lick Middle School (JLMS) since 2015, CAN! has successfully raised nearly $100,000 for project execution at JLMS thanks to various government grants. This is a great start, but is only sufficient for us to remove 1/3 of all the pavement we hope to remove on site.
And WE NEED YOUR HELP to ensure that we reach our fundraising goal of $333,333.33!
All funds raised will go to support the James Lick Middle School DINOSAUR Garden and Community Park.
Please spread the word to help us raise funds to fund this educational garden that will remind all of us how the climate has changed before and how we humans are helping to change it again.
THANK YOU SF COMMUNITY!
Best with compost -
Markos Major, Climate Action Now! Director