Foundation / Corporation
Cook County Farm Bureau (CCFB)
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In-kind grants valued at $350 to Illinois organizations for community gardening projects in eligible locations. The grants are awarded in the form of vouchers, which may be used for seeds, plants, and materials. Funding is intended to support urban community gardens in Cook County.
Goal: To develop urban community awareness of agriculture through gardening, provide additional funding to meet garden goals and connect gardens with area farmers/businesses for potential plant and garden material sales.
GrantWatch ID#: 141316
Grants are $350 each, awarded in the form of vouchers to be redeemed at Cook County Farm Bureau member greenhouses, farm stands, and businesses for plantings and materials identified in the grant application.
Funds made available in late March and expire November 1st during the grant year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Return applications by mail, email, or fax to:
Cook County Farm Bureau®
6438 Joliet Road
Countryside, IL 60525
Attn: Debbie-Cookfresh Garden Grant
Questions: Contact Debbie Voltz, Membership Assistant, Cook County Farm Bureau® at 708-354-3276 or at the email address above.
Cook County Farm Bureau
6438 Joliet Road
Countryside, IL 60525
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