Our team at Organic Seed Alliance cannot thank you enough for responding generously to our annual appeal. Thanks to you, this campaign raised $45,000 before the end of 2020, with more still coming in.
Your gifts are greatly appreciated and will make an impact. Keep tabs on how we put your gift to work for building healthy and equitable seed systems by reading our quarterly newsletters and following us on social media (Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook).
We know everyone is facing challenges and working to support many worthy causes during these uncertain times. The fact that you made giving to OSA a priority helps to sustain us financially and gives us so much encouragement as we plan our research, education, and advocacy efforts for 2021. We are especially encouraged by the messages (see below) left by our donors – thank you for inspiring us as we take on another year of good seed work.
The work Organic Seed Alliance does is essential; it’s uplifting, inspiring, and empowering. I give because I believe in your mission and share the same values. Thank you so much for the invaluable resources you provide. From research to education to advocacy, your work is comprehensive and greatly appreciated. A true resource! Where would we be without you?
The work you are doing in creating locally adapted, non-corporate seed is critical!
I grow our food organically and believe organic seed is better suited to that type of environment than conventionally grown seed.
I am fascinated with growing plants naturally and believe that OSA is working diligently to preserve and develop non-GMO organic seeds and plants.
I think it’s imperative for us to protect our seeds as nature has created them. I’m grateful for your work.
Because we need to keep our freedom to choose what we sow.
We appreciated the generous support OSA gives to seed growers, such as ourselves.
The education you provide to the public is appreciated. It’s inspiring.
I have learned so much at your conferences and appreciate all the work you do in the seed world.
I love that you are implementing anti-racist policies in your effort to develop adaptive organic varieties!
It is critical to support organic seed development and keep it open source free from patents.