Raising Global Kidizens (RGK) and our co-founders, Jen Panaro + Jess Purcell, have been featured in various media outlets (podcasts, web, and print). You can also find us active in our local community. For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]

Did You Know?

We Are Published Authors // Jen + Jess were both contributors to an amazing book, How To Raise A Global Citizen. Check out more about the book and grab a copy for yourself!

Have You Seen?

Popular Coloring Poster // By far, our most popular resource is our United Nations Sustainable Development Goals coloring poster. It’s been downloaded in over 30 countries! Learn more about it and download a FREE copy for yourself or the young learners in your life.

RGK On The Web

RGK On Podcasts

Raising Eco Minimalists // How To Compost At Home With Kids (Jen Panaro)

Sustainable Minimalists // The Art of Saying ‘No’ (Jen Panaro)

Wifi & Water // Raising Eco-Caring Children (Jess Purcell)

But First, Stretch // Chatting with Thoughtfully Sustainable (Jess Purcell)

Sustainable Minimalists // Learning at Home: The Big Picture (Jess Purcell)

Raising Eco Minimalists // Nature for Kids: Building the Connection (Jess Purcell)

RGK In The Local Community

We believe that strong local communities hinge on a vibrant local economy as well as active community involvement from businesses and residents. We’re best when we work together and support educational, cultural, social, and community organizations. Here are some of the local organizations Raising Global Kidizens supports through financial and other contributions.

Rachel Kohl Community Library | Sustainability Series

RGK partnered with WasteWell, a composting company owned by co-founder Jen Panaro, to host a three-part Sustainability Series for the Rachel Kohl Community Library Children’s Summer Program in the summer of 2021. The series included three lessons from our collection of educational units and hands-on projects to help kids connect with various issues related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

This series specifically included our How To Build a Soilarium, Exploring Methane Emissions from Landfills, and How To Build a Sprout House activities through programs led by RGK and free for library patrons.

Kennett Square Farmer’s Market

WasteWell, owned by our co-founder Jen Panaro, is a sponsor of the KSQ Farmers Market, a Program of Kennett Collaborative, the Non-Profit Working to Keep Kennett Square Vibrant.

RGK collaborated with WasteWell and shared our lessons Build A Soilarium and Learning About Landfills with the KSQ Farmers Market visitors to give kids hands-on experience about learning the value of composting and the important role it plays in climate action.