Grant Opportunities

Fund your next youth garden project with a grant from KidsGardening!

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KidsGardening Grant Opportunities

KidsGardening offers a variety of grants to new and existing youth garden programs across the nation. Each funding opportunity has its own timeline, defining features, eligibility requirements, and reporting expectations. We encourage you to explore our grant programs below to see which one might be the best fit for your particular situation. If something catches your eye, you can find more details on each grant’s homepage.

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2023 Lots of Compassion Grant

Together Mrs. Meyers Clean Day and KidsGardening are announcing the new Lots of Compassion grant program, designed to support local leaders looking to transform vacant lots into gardens to help grow compassion in their community. In 2023, up to 10 grantees will receive $20,000 each to transform a vacant lot into a garden. A total of $200,000 will be awarded annually.

Subvención Lots of Compassion 2023

Juntos Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day y KidsGardening están anunciando el nuevo programa de subvenciones Lots of Compassion, diseñado para apoyar a los líderes locales que buscan transformar lotes baldíos en jardines o huertos para ayudar a desarrollar la compasión en su comunidad. En 2023, hasta 10 beneficiarios recibirán $20,000 cada uno para construir un jardín o huerto en un lote baldío. Se otorgará un total de $200,000 anualmente.

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2023 GroMoreGood Grassroots Grant

The GroMoreGood Grassroots Grant, brought to you by The Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation and KidsGardening, is designed to bring the life-enhancing benefits of gardens to communities across the United States. 160 programs will be awarded in 2023.

La subvención GroMoreGood Grassroots presentada por The Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation y KidsGardening, está diseñada para llevar los beneficios de los huertos que mejoran la vida a las comunidades de todos los Estados Unidos. En el 2023, 160 programas recibirán fondos de $500 a $1,500.

Youth Garden Grant Winners

2023 Youth Garden Grant

Since 1982, the Youth Garden Grant has supported school and youth educational garden projects that enhance the quality of life for students and their communities. In 2023, fifty programs will receive award packages consisting of a cash prize and a variety of gardening tools and supplies.

Desde 1982, la Youth Garden Grant ha apoyado proyectos de huertos educativos escolares y juveniles que mejoran la calidad de vida de los estudiantes y sus comunidades. En 2023, cincuenta programas recibirán paquetes de premios que consisten en un premio en efectivo y una variedad de herramientas y suministros de jardinería.

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2023 Budding Botanist Grant

Designed to further the mission of the Klorane Botanical Foundation, the Budding Botanist grant will help our students learn about plants, explore their world, and inspire them to take care of the life they discover in their local ecosystems. In 2023, twenty schools across the country will be awarded $1000 each in grant funding.

Award announcement: November 10, 2022

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2022 Little Seeds Pollinator Pals Grant

The Little Seeds Pollinator Pals Grant, presented by Little Seeds and KidsGardening, is designed to support youth garden programs interested in preserving and creating pollinator habitat to help rebuild declining pollinator populations. In 2022, twenty programs will be awarded $500 to support the development of new and expansion of existing pollinator gardens in communities across the United States.

Award Announcement

August 26, 2022

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Grant Winners

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