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2022 EENC Auction

Environmental Educators of North Carolina
START
08
September 2022
08:00 AM EDT
END
30
September 2022
07:00 PM EDT
RAISED
$5,199.00
GOAL $5,000.00
104.0% REACHED!

2022 EENC Auction

The 2022 auction proceeds will be earmarked for future justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion trainings. In the past, the true cost of these types of workshops ranges from $3000-$6000 each to bring in expert facilitators. We want to make equity-focused training as accessible as possible for our EE community, so thanks for helping us raise funding to make this possible.

All items were donated, so all revenue earned helps provide North Carolina's environmental educators with future workshops!


About Environmental Educators of North Carolina

Did you grow up catching fireflies, playing in the creek, or building a fort in your yard? Most children in today’s world won’t, which means that when they grow up, they may not have a vested interest in protecting our natural resources and natural spaces. Environmental educators across the state are working to change that, and we need your help. Environmental education is a learning process that increases knowledge, develops skills, and fosters commitment to empower learners to make to make informed decisions and take responsible action.

The Environmental Educators of North Carolina (EENC) grew from the desire of environmental educators across North Carolina to meet and share their experiences, aspirations, and tools. Since its inception in 1990, EENC has grown into something much greater. Our organization represents a network of outstanding environmental educators, individuals, and organizations who work together to accomplish our core mission: to build connections, provide professional development, and promote excellence in environmental education. EENC’s vision is to inspire those we work with to create an environmentally literate citizenry.

Every year, we hold an annual auction in conjunction with our conference to raise critical funds to support our community.

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