School Garden Grants
Why School Gardens?
A school garden is a vital educational tool. Every seed planted sprouts a
new opportunity for kids to develop healthy eating habits. Learning about
the process of growing food helps children develop a deep understanding
of the connection between healthy eating and a healthy body. School
gardens offer an opportunity to integrate math, science and health
curriculum into a dynamic, interactive setting. They also provide a base of knowledge that allows children to take an active role in healthy food choices.
Whole Kids Foundation Garden Grants
FoodCorps and Whole Kids Foundation want to support your school garden project! Whole Kids Foundation created the School Garden Grant Program in partnership with FoodCorps to provide $2,000 grants to fund new and growing school garden projects. Since the grant program's inception in 2011, FoodCorps has helped the Whole Kids Foundation select and support garden projects at more than 2,110 schools. Check out this map to see the growing number of Whole Kids Foundation grant-funded school gardens across the nation.
Annie's Homegrown Grants for Gardens
Annie's is one of the supporters of our FoodCorps Fellows program, as well as longtime supporters of gardens around the country.
For many years, Annie’s has offered Grants for Gardens donations to schools and other educational programs that help put children in direct contact with growing real food. Annie’s Grants for Gardens awards can be used to buy gardening tools, seeds or other needed supplies.
Applications are closed. Click here to read more.