Several local, regional, and national organizations support the work of Groundbreakers. We are very grateful for the financial support of our funders, including:
The IAF helps BC organizations build prosperous and sustainable agri-food projects that focuses on self-sufficiency and sustainability. Groundbreakers was pleased to use IAF funding to run the Learning Gardens programs at three Bulkley Valley schools during 2017 to 2019.
Wetzin'kwa Community Forest Corporation has funded many years of Kid Dig Food Camps and helped with Groundbreakers' start in delivering educational workshops and garden support to Bulkley Valley schools.
Smithers Rotary is a key partner in the development and maintenance of school gardens and the delivery of hands on local food and gardening workshops.
Farm to School has partnered with Groundbreakers and Muheim Elementary School to deliver Local Food Lunches in 2018/19
Northern Health plays an integral role in the small and rural communities of northern B.C. and through its Imagine Grants supports projects like Groundbreakers' Kids Dig Food Camp.
TD Friends of the Environment funds the development and care of school gardens in Smithers and Telkwa, including the class workshops in planting and harvesting.
Funded the beginning of Groundbreakers' school gardening workshops and the development and publication of our Kids Dig Food teaching resource manual ( see Resource section to download)
Bulkley Valley Community Foundation is a contributor to the development and maintenance of school gardens and the delivery of hands on local food and gardening workshops.
BVSPS helped fund the development and maintenance of school gardens and the delivery of hands on local food and gardening workshops.
The RDBN has been a key supporter of Kids Dig Food camps
The Arts Council was a supporter of the Local Food Film Fest of 2017