2014 School Garden Grants
Our 2014 School Garden Grant recipients have been announced!
We had the honor of offering 500 school gardens a School Garden Grant for 2014. All 1,300 applicants, regardless of status, have been notified at this time. We were thrilled to receive so many qualified applications and look forward to continuing to support all valuable edible school garden initiatives.
Missed the deadline? Our 2015 School Garden Grant application will be available this Fall. A preview of the application questions will be available this summer. Please sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Facebook or Twitter to receive updates.
What is the School Garden Grant program?
Whole Kids Foundation created the School Garden Grant Program in partnership with FoodCorps to provide a $2,000 monetary grant to fund school gardens and related activities each Spring.
Since 2011, we have raised more than $4 million and funded gardening projects at more than 2,100 schools. Check out the online map to see where we have awarded grants.
Need help getting your school garden started?
Consult our free online School Resource Center. (Download: School Gardening Guide) Or consult our Garden Grant Writing Tips to get started for next year’s application! This was compiled by previous FoodCorps fellows and 2013 grant reviewers.
Questions? Review our FAQ's or email us to learn more!
Seeds of hope can sprout up anywhere!
We have funded successful school garden programs in a variety of settings: urban or rural, indoors or out, in the windowsill, on the wall or in the schoolyard. No matter where you plant them, gardens help kids understand that food doesn’t come from a can or a box—but from the magic of a seed.
The Latest Buzz: Honey Bee Grant Program
We’re in the process of developing a grant program that will bring beehives to school gardens in the future. Please read our Honey Bee FAQ for more information. Stay tuned for information on this great new program!
Review these helpful FAQs regarding the garden grant application process.
Learn more about the Garden Grant application guidelines and eligibility requirements.