For Zach and Hannah Sieler and The Sieler Safe Haven Foundation the outdoors are not only an escape, but a source of lifelong learning.
We aim to impact young people of all abilities through a shared passion of the outdoors combined with cultural enrichment, focusing on the original stewards of the land we now call Florida-the Seminole and Miccosukee Tribes.
Educate and expose youth of all abilities to the land and traditions of the Seminole Indians, fostering an increased cultural awareness and appreciation of the outdoors
Create a series of achievable year-long engagements that connect the Sieler Safe Haven Foundation and Seminole Tribe of Florida
Create opportunities for youth to experience nature and foster an appreciation of Seminole culture
Showcase the philanthropic commitment of the Sieler Safe Haven Foundation through support of youth development
Integrity We celebrate cultural diversity and reflect the variety of voices within our community
Respect We commit to a better understanding of the original inhabitants of the land and the current issues they face, while respecting their resilience and longstanding traditions
Responsibility We embrace opportunities to contribute, educate and preserve our love of the outdoors
Servant Leadership We focus our energy and resources on the growth and well being of the people and lands of South Florida
Enhance the knowledge and understanding of the outdoors and sacrifices made to preserve this land
2022: Expose 200 youth of all abilities to the culture, land, and history of the Seminole Indians