Foundation / Corporation
Hardy Plant Society of Oregon
Grants of up to $1,500 to Oregon and Clark County, Washington nonprofit organizations and K-12 schools for gardens and horticultural education projects. Funds may be used to purchase plants, horticultural equipment or supplies for gardening or greenhouse use, and books about botany or horticulture, or other appropriate educational materials.
The mission of The Hardy Plant Society of Oregon is to make the world a better place through horticulture. The Hardy Plant Society of Oregon works to promote education and understanding of herbaceous perennial plants, and is dedicated to helping special gardens of botanical, horticultural, or historic interest, including the support of community gardens.
The Society awards funds to nonprofit organizations throughout Oregon and Clark County, Washington, for projects that further these goals.
GrantWatch ID#: 165911
Up to $1,500.
The grant period is a maximum of 12 months following the award of the grant.
Funding will be available in June, 2016.
Grant recipients are required to provide written reports on the use of award funds: generally a mid-project progress report and a final report within 30 days following completion of the project.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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