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Captain Planet Foundation

On Going - No Deadline
The Captain Planet Foundation primarily makes grants to U.S. based schools and organizations with an annual operating budget of less than $3 million. Grants are made for activities that conform to the mission of the Captain Planet Foundation which is to: promote and support high-quality educational programs that enable children and youth to understand and appreciate our world through learning experiences that engage them in active, hands-on projects to improve the environment in their schools and communities.
Box Tops 4 Education

On Going - No Deadline
Cash for box tops to fund your garden activities
American Honda Foundation

On Going - No Deadline
Grants provided in the fields of youth education and science education.
California Fertilizer Foundation (CFF)

On Going - No Deadline
Over the years, we have expanded our program and are now able to annually provide 24 grants for $1,200 each to schools throughout California (12 awarded twice a year). At the end of each year, winning schools can re-apply for a progress grant of $1,500 and a free agricultural field trip. Through the garden program, CFF provides direct funding to California schools for garden projects.
The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation (FTPF)

On Going - No Deadline
Plants schoolyard orchards, creating a source of tasty, nutritious snacks for decades to come.
Schoolyard Habitat Program

On Going - No Deadline
A Service schoolyard habitat project is a naturalized habitat area that is created by students, for students. Schools or organizations serving kindergarten through 12th grade students are eligible for funding and may receive up to $8,000 for their projects. They must be working cooperatively with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to be eligible for funding consideration. For more information about the Schoolyard Habitat Program in California contact: Carolyn Martus, Biologist U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife Office 6010 Hidden Valley Road, Suite 101 Carlsbad, CA 92011 phone: (760) 431-9440 x297 fax: (760) 431-5902 email: Carolyn_Martus@fws.gov
Garden Design Grant Program

On Going - No Deadline
Each year California Native Garden Foundation (CNGF) makes grants to K-12 schools, nonprofit organizations, and institutions of higher education. Types of support include garden design services, in-kind donations of plants and landscape materials, volunteer assistance, and direct financial assistance. Grant amounts are limited to $1,000 for in-kind assisistance, $500 in direct cash assistance, and $5,000 for design services. Grants are reviewed by the CNGF board. A typical grant cycle is about 5 months.
Armstrong's $30 gift card donation

On Going - No Deadline
A gift card in the amount of $30.00 may be donated one time per 12 month period to a charitable non-profit organization. The event or fundraiser must be held within (4) miles from an Armstrong Garden Centers location.
Student Achievement Grants

On Going - No Deadline
The grant amounts available are $2,000 and $5,000. Deadlines for applications are due February 1, June 1, and October 15. Any practicing U.S. teacher, counselor, or education support professional* employed by a public school, including public higher education institutions, is eligible to apply for a grant from the Foundation. The NEA Foundation provides grants to improve the academic achievement of students in U.S. public schools and public higher education institutions in any subject area(s). The proposed work should engage students in critical thinking and problem solving that deepen their knowledge of standards-based subject matter. The work should also improve students’ habits of inquiry, self-directed learning, and critical reflection.
Lowe's Toolbox for Education

September 26, 2016
Grants up to $5,000. Fall grant cycle opens Aug 1 and closes Sept. 26. If 1,500 applications are received prior to the deadline, the application process will close at that time. Lowe's will donate up to $5 million to public schools and public school parent teacher groups - at as many as 1,000 different public schools per school year.
PLT GreenWorks! Grants

September 30, 2016
PLT offers grants for service-learning projects that improve schools or restore natural habitats. This year, grants will be awarded up to a maximum of $1,000.
Green Thumb Challenge Grant

September 30, 2016
It's that time of year again! GEF and Gardener’s Supply Company have teamed up on an exciting funding opportunity for established youth garden projects nationwide! The organizations are calling on schools and youth groups to submit chronicles of their garden projects in a race to win a $250 prize. The award is designed to support the continued sustainability of an exceptional youth garden program that has demonstrated success, and has impacted the lives of kids and their community. Existing garden programs involving children currently in grades K-12, from schools and youth groups nationwide. Please note that this grant is not for gardens that have not yet been started.
Target Field Trip Grants

October 1, 2016
Grants of up to $700 each will be awarded. Target accept grant applications between noon CST Aug. 1 and 11:59 p.m. CT Oct. 1. Types of eligible field trips include art, science, and cultural museum visits; community service and civic projects; and career enrichment opportunities. Funds may be used to cover trip-related costs such as transportation, ticket fees, resource materials, and supplies. Grant funds could be used to visit demonstration gardens such as Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center, Suzie's Farm, the Flower Fields or a local school garden for inspiration.
The Herb Society of America - The Donald Samuel Classroom Herb Garden Grant

October 1, 2016
The Herb Society of America, as a recipient of a bequest from the estate of Donald Samull, has established two herb garden grants for teachers in grades 3 through 6. Mr. Samull was an elementary school teacher who used his love of herbs in the classroom with his 3rd-6th grade students. These grants will ensure that his tradition of using herbs with students will continue for years to come. Public and/or private 3rd through 6th grade teachers, with classes of a minimum of 15 students may apply for an herb garden grant. The Herb Society of America will select ten (10) schools/classrooms to receive $200 "Seed Money" to establish an herb garden (indoor or outdoor). The funds may be used for supplies such as soil, plant trays, containers, child or youth sized tools, etc. The school may need to seek additional funding and support from other sources. The Herb Society of America will provide the educational materials and herb seeds.




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