We have a lot in common with our program sponsor, The Human Bean. They rely on the health of the world’s rain forests to grow and produce wonderful, sustainable coffee beans. We also rely on forest health to deliver programs to youth and adults to teach them how to be good stewards of our environment. For just a $20 donation you can help ensure our stewardship lasts for many years to come.
The Human Bean works with farmers in a direct-trade agreement. That way the farmers themselves benefit directly from supplying fresh grown beans. The Human Bean works with farming communities around the globe to ensure they have sustainable farm practices, clean water and education systems that benefit the local farm communities. You can learn more about their community work here.
Kiwanis Camp Wa-Ri-Ki is located in Washougal, Skamania County, Washington on 18+ acres of beautiful land in the heart of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. It is our mission to provide an outdoor experience that offers optimal development of at-risk youth and our communities’ through recreational, educational and leadership opportunities. We offer programs in four categories: Nature-based Learning; Leadership and Personal Development; Fun, Exploration and Adventure and Outdoor Skills. Many camp activities integrate with local school’s STEM and STEAM curriculum.
Today, we are asking you to partner with Camp Wa-Ri-Ki for our upcoming NASA GLOBE event by making a $20 donation. When you do, you will receive a pound of French Roast ground beans from The Human Bean Vancouver.
This effort raises critical funds to support youth that attend our outdoor education camps throughout the year. During camp, young people are introduced to the many eco-systems found at camp like salmon in the Washougal River; how to measure tree height and health through our NASA GLOBE program and how to care for our forested surroundings with teachings from Smokey Bear and Ranger Rick! DONATE NOW (Quantities are limited so don’t delay!)
Buy a Bag of Coffee to Support Youth Outdoor Education