Tower Garden Grants

Tower Garden grants

Tower Gardens are a great way to teach math, English, and science in a classroom. But growing their own food right in their classroom will also teach kids healthy eating habits. Many funding organizations are interested in helping kids learn to eat better. Below is just a partial list of organizations by state along with national grant organizations. But your best option might be to do a Google search using your county name and ”health foundation grant”. You might find a local organization that would be excited to support a Tower Garden in your classroom.

If you need a quote for a Tower Garden grant, would like help filling out a grant application, or locating a funding organization in your area, email me at steve@tgardener.com.

Colorado Foundations

The Colorado Health Foundation
www.coloradohealth.org

California Foundationa

California Fertilizer Foundations

Indiana Foundations

Kosciusko County, Indiana
K21 Health Foundation
k21foundation.org
Application deadlines:
August 1, February 1, May 1
May support 1 Tower Garden, but like ‘district-wide solve’. Work together with your school district.
Will want school administration involved.

Lake County, Indiana
Crown Point Community Foundation
thecpcf.org/grants.html

Legacy Foundation
www.legacyfdn.org

Marshall County, Indiana
Marshall County Community Foundation
www.marshallcountycf.org

Elkhart County, Indiana
Community Foundation of Elkhart County
www.inspiringgood.org
Superintendent must approve application

Local organizations

Kiwanis Club
Optimist Club

National Grants

Whole Kids Foundation
www.wholekidsfoundation.org

Kids Gardening
www.kidsgardening.org

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