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Grant Program

  “2022 Associated Garden Clubs grant program information will be updated in February”

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
.  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.
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