Partnership Opportunities

Make a Difference by Supporting Agriculture in Schools!

Sponsorship plays a vital role in agriculture education. BCAITC has become the voice for agriculture among teachers and their students in BC. We rely on financial support from agricultural associations and businesses, community groups, corporations, and individuals to grow and sustain our initiatives. There are a variety of opportunities for members of the community to get involved and work with us.

Learning about agriculture is more than learning about food. It is about people and learning how they work with the environment to provide our everyday needs. Agriculture is a tool for learning that can lead to a lifetime of informed choices about food, health, the economy, and the environment. Teachers and students are decision-makers. Having them ask questions about the products they are consuming will open their minds to their communities. If they are aware that their purchases and actions can make a difference to local and global economies, the environment, and quality of life, then they will make better decisions concerning agriculture.

How to Partner with Us

Make A Donation to Our Foundation

Donations to our Foundation support new initiatives and programs.

Sponsor Spuds in Tubs or Planting a Promise
Donate to our Take a Bite of BC Culinary Arts Program

We deliver fresh BC product to 60 teaching kitchens in schools across BC. BC products and financial donations for product transportation to the schools are needed to sustain this program ($50,000 annually).

Volunteer at the Pencil Patch — A Garden for Learning

Volunteers are always needed to teach lessons and tour students at our onsite garden, especially during April, May, and June.

Volunteer with Spuds in Tubs

We can use your help in the spring to pack kits and assist our workshop presenters.

Build a New Agricultural Program

Let’s work together on new initiatives, lesson plans, and programs.

Support Our Fundraiser Dinner, Held every second year in the Fraser Valley

Join us for a special dinner, featuring BC-grown fresh products prepared by our team of chefs and Culinary Arts students. Visit our website in January to purchase tickets (available individually or per table of 8). You can also support us by donating an auction item for the dinner. Our next dinner will take place in April 2020. 

The Pencil Patch Volunteers

Pencil_Patch_Volunteers_for_web.JPG

For more information about partnership opportunities for you or your business, contact our Executive Director, Pat Tonn, at 604-556-3088, or by email.

Together we can make a difference for agriculture!