SEED is an award-winning Non-Profit (052-326 NPO) and Public Benefits Organization that has spent 14 years pioneering the work of growing outdoor classrooms to deliver the curriculum and food security in under resourced schools. SEED started in the Cape Flats and worked nationally from 2009-2012. With help from various funders. SEED equipped and inspired 987 teachers and 33 796 learners. SEED has also written five textbooks and distributed 4 695 to teachers equipped to use them.
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Seed Annual Reports
Our Annual Reports provide an overview of SEED’s accomplishments, financial reports and other relevant information for a specific year.