A Buy-Less Holiday Could Be Your Best Holiday Yet!
Requests for less “stuff” and more wonder had us thinking about unique and meaningful ways to spread holiday cheer and make a lasting impact.
During this season of giving, many of us find ourselves in search of the perfect gift that will bring joy to the hearts of our loved ones. Imagine giving a gift that not only brings hope and joy, but also nurtures the magic of nature and education.
In lieu of (or in addition to!) traditional presents, consider honoring your loved ones with a donation to Stratford in their name. This thoughtful gesture not only reflects the spirit of the season, but also plants a seed of hope at Stratford and in the hearts of loved ones.
Your act of generosity will:
- Ensure the upkeep of the farm and our 236-acre outdoor classroom.
- Support our educational programs, conservation endeavors and initiatives.
- Kindle a love for the natural world.
- Open a pathway for meaningful conversations about the impact we have our on environment and where our food comes from.
- Build connections for your loved one that resonate far beyond the holiday season.
Imagine a special child in your life opening this letter and certificate to learn they’re a real-life farm and nature superhero. Or perhaps your gift is honoring a grown family member or friend with this letter. Imagine their joy, knowing that their present has played a role in a place where children, families, and communities come together to learn, explore, and find solace in the wonders of nature. Plus, that special child in your life will get a golden ticket to explore the farm through a whole new lens!
May your holiday season be steeped in warmth, love, and the joy of knowing you’ve made a difference at Stratford and in the life of someone you else.
Child Letter & Certificate
Your gift will…
life-changing experiences for people of all ages, connecting them to nature, their food and each other
greater access to our mission and programs for all people, regardless of life circumstances
Stratford’s ecosystems, biodiversity and 236-acre living classroom
our community to regenerate our environment, Earth, and its bounty
hope and wonder for nature and all the life that depends on it