2013 Holiday Gift Ideas


Gift Card Draft- Flower PotGive a gift in your family or friend’s name 

that will help Nantucket children experience the multiple benefits of participating in a Farm to School program.

By giving one of the gifts described below, you are helping Sustainable Nantucket teach our children about the importance of eating fresh, healthy food and sustaining our environment.  In recognition of your gift, a card (pictured left) will be sent to your family or friend(s) to let them know that a gift was given in their name. Gifts of $250 or above will be recognized on a named leaf on the Giving Wall in the garden. All gifts will be recognized on our website. 


To order your gift

CLICK HERE to donate online, call us at 508.228.3399 or email chelsea@sustainablenantucket.org.

$500 ~ Sponsor a Raised Bed

F2S garden signs and Small Friends 007

Garden beds are the foundation for growth in the garden: for our harvest and for our children. By giving the gift of a raised bed you are helping Nantucket’s Farm to School program reach its greater potential, and creating space for new hands-on learning opportunities for local youth. Sponsor a raised bed and Plant A Name in Our Garden!


$250 ~ ‘Half Day in the Garden’ Lesson

SustainableGarden2013_002_KatieKaizerPhotography (2)Give the gift of experiential learning. On ‘early release’ school days, children grades 1-5 can sign up for a ‘Half Day in the Garden.’ Lessons help Nantucket students to make cross-curricula connections between sustainable agriculture and science, math and nutrition, as well as environmental stewardship and other aspects of healthy living.SustainableGarden2013_063_KatieKaizerPhotography

Gifts of $250 or above will be recognized on a named leaf on the Giving Wall in the garden.

All gifts will receive a card addressed to your recipient and will be recognized on our website.

$100 ~ Garden ToolsWatering together

When you give rakes and shovels, you give Nantucket youths the tools to break new ground. Students work together to cultivate a garden, learning how to collaborate and problem solve, building self-confidence and other important tools for attaining life goals.

$50 ~ Seedlings

Give the gift of seedlings that transform from lessons in the garden to healthy meals on students’ plates. Your gift will also support the time and energy costs associated with growing and nurturing seedlings in the greenhouse.