Wylde Center is a community-supported organization with 25% of our annual operating budget coming from donations from community members. Your support allows Wylde Center to provide greenspaces, education, programs and events in the communities we serve. All memberships and donations are tax-deductible and may be paid in one lump sum or divided over the year. Join online or mail a check to Wylde Center 435 Oakview Road Decatur, GA 30030. Not interested in membership, but still want to make a donation? Click here
$75 – Funds one session of afterschool garden hour, a free program for neighborhood youth at the Edgewood Community Learning Garden.
$125 – Provides one day of nutrition and gardening education at the Decatur Housing Authority, an affordable housing community.
$250 – Supports one day of Farm to School education in City Schools of Decatur or Atlanta Public Schools, with each student receiving hands-on, curriculum driven lessons in the school garden.
$500 – Funds one session of Wylde Center’s art and nature community education programs, held at each of our five gardens throughout the year.
$1000 – Supports two weeks of work by our Wylde Center farmer, working the land at Oakhurst and Edgewood to grow food for the Decatur Housing Authority residents and for Wylde Center’s free farm stand in the Edgewood community, increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables in underserved communities.
$5000 – Covers one year of maintenance and repairs at one of our five greenspaces: Oakhurst Garden, Sugar Creek Garden, Hawk Hollow, Edgewood Community Learning Garden, and Mulberry Fields.
Join at the Growing Circle level and enjoy exclusive access to unique Wylde Center’s programs, events and engagement opportunities. The Growing Circle membership connects individuals who share an appreciation for cultivating community greenspaces and a personal commitment to environmental education and enjoyment for all ages. Your contribution as a member of the Growing Circle sustains the Wylde Center’s acclaimed work, supports new initiatives, and allows the Wylde Center to expand its environmental access and education programs into new communities.