We make our nature program more affordable by:
Many of our staff volunteer their time or part of their time to make our nature programs more accessible to more people.
We believe in the universal benefit of cultivating a healing reconnection with the natural world. To apply for a scholarship to any of our programs, please access the scholarship application by clicking the icon
Robin Wall Kimmerer Scholarship Fund
"Give a gift, in reciprocity for what you have taken. Sustain the ones who sustain you and the earth will last forever.”
- Robin Wall Kimmerer
The Center for Nature Informed Therapy (CNIT) believes that a healing connection with nature is a possibility that should be available to everyone. Recognizing that finances can be a burden to engaging in programming, the Robin Wall Kimmerer fund seeks to provide all wanting individuals a chance to attend our events by alleviating financial barriers. CNIT is grateful to our generous donors who have made this fund a reality.
Demonstrate financial need
Healing & Justice Scholarship Fund
The Center for Nature Informed Therapy (CNIT) is committed to fostering social justice and healing, both within our community and beyond.
CNIT recognizes the far-reaching effects of systemic inequality on marginalized groups and is dedicated to providing services to groups that have historically experienced barriers to accessing therapeutic spaces, including Black, indigenous, and PoC communities.
BIPOC community member
How are the scholarships funded?
Annual Fundraising Event
Our annual fundraising event is the perfect way to connect with community members to raise funds for CNIT nature programs.
Some benefited from our nature programs, and others share our mission and vision, we THANK YOU!
We apply for different available grants or partner organizations that have grant money available.
How do we use our donations?
Need-based scholarships for nature events, workshops, hikes, etc.
Need-based scholarship to
Nature Informed Therapy training for mental health professionals
Pay facilitators to develop and lead programs for specific communities free of charge
Greening our facilities to make our counseling space more nature-based and sustainable.