Below you will find links to a number of grants related to garden-based education. Many garden programs have also found funding by applying for small grants from local organizations, so be sure to check in with local non-profits and small businesses in your area!
While grants are a popular and effective way to provide funding for school garden programs, they are certainly not the only way. Take a look at our Funding Your School Garden Program brief for more ideas on how to fund your school garden.
2019 KidsGrow Contest
Open April 1-30, 2019
grows in your garden, whether it is tangible or intangible. Entries can be submitted by individuals, or by a class or group.
Each week, KidsGardening judges will randomly select one favorite entry from the week to receive a weekly prize. Weekly awardees will be announced via social media on Tuesdays. Weekly prizes will be comprised of fun gardening gear for kids. All group and individual entries will be eligible for the grand prizes. KidsGardening judges will choose two grand prize winners: one individual and one group or class. Grand prizes will be comprised of fun gardening gear for kids, plus a bonus prize. Grand prize winners will be announced 5/15.