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AGC Grant Program

Welcome! 

Thank you for your interest in the Associated Garden Clubs of Spokane and our AGC Grant program!  The Associated Garden Clubs is a consortium of independent garden clubs working collaboratively since 1933 to grow the Spokane community through grants, scholarships, education and events.  In 2018, AGC allocated more than $15,000 among 11 projects, ranging from $500 to $3,000.

All grant allocations will support the AGC’s goals of improving Spokane County’s physical spaces and increasing access to horticultural and agricultural training and opportunities for growing both ornamental and edible plants.

Associated Garden Clubs      of Spokane

Eligibility and priority are as follows: 

  • Projects must be located within Spokane County.
  • Projects must provide public and/or charitable benefit.
  • Preference will be given to informal community groups, non-profits and public entities with proven project capacity.

A newly formed group should consider collaborating with an established group sharing common interests.

  • Preference will be given to material costs. Existing staff salaries are not eligible.
  • AGC may partially fund specific aspects of an overall project most in line with AGC’s goals.

Examples of previously funded projects include

  • Plants, planters and planting materials
  • Building materials, fencing and roofing
  • Public park and garden restoration
  • Public right of way improvements
  • Signs and markers
  • Statuary
  • Starting and enhancing community gardens
  • Educational opportunities in gardening

We look forward to hearing about your project!  If you have additional questions not answered here, feel free to contact me through the addresses on the grant application.

Sincerely,

Kevin Brownlee
Ways and Means Chairperson
Associated Garden Clubs of Spokane

2019 grant overview

’19-AGC Grant Application

Applications must be postmarked
by May 15, 2019

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