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Balm Seeds, Inc. is a non-profit 501c3 charitable organization. Our motto is... “Seeds of Passion will fall on good ground and produce much fruit.”
About Balm Seeds Inc.
Balm Seeds Inc is a Non-Profit 501c3 charitable organization founded in Georgia. We train, send teachers, and provide educational tools that support struggling schools around the world. We encourage a multi-cultural learning experience, delivering quality education on a global level.
Our vision is to:
Provide 100,000 students with educational resources by 2030
Implement cost-effective, duplicable, technologically-driven, and teacher-based education models to improve the delivery of STEAM instruction in third world classrooms (globally).
Assist in creating a culture of literacy and empowerment to the next generation of parents, teachers, and leaders.
We believe that the implementation of our teaching and training programs will create a direct impact on the teacher’s ability to meet the academic needs of students, especially in the areas of science, engineering, art, math, and technology (STEAM) instruction. Since inadequate education is the cause of poverty, by addressing those needs one ‘seed’ at a time, Balm Seeds can help eradicate global poverty. We need YOU to help us make this possible by volunteering and making monetary donations. Bring hope to children in need. Donate Now! (Donate button link)
Meet our curriculum writer- Meredith McGinnis
Meredith McGinnis is an interdisciplinary teacher working in Nashville, Tennessee. She currently teaches Cambridge Global Perspectives and English Language Arts at John Overton High School, Tennessee’s most diverse school. Before working there, she spent three years teaching at Antioch High School also in Nashville. Both schools reflect the kinds of students and communities that Meredith loves to work with- those representative of an increasingly globalized world. Her teaching and curriculum intentionally center on empathy, problem solving skills, and literacy. She is certified to teach English, Reading, US/World History, Geography, Biology, and soon Physics. She believes that cross-curricular Project Based Learning is the future for both the humanities and STEAM.