October 17

KidsGardening.org launches 2023 youth garden grant and invites new sponsors

Fall is a favorite time of year for garden companies nationwide — and the KidsGardening.org team — because it marks the launch of the annual Youth Garden Grant award program. On October 17th, KidsGardening will begin accepting applications for the 2023 grant, marking the 41st year of this flagship award that exemplifies the nonprofit's mission: to create opportunities for kids to play, learn, and grow through gardening.

KidsGardening.org's Youth Garden Grant program — the longest-running program of its kind — casts a wide net to find fledgling youth gardens as well as existing ones seeking to spread their wings and expand their offerings. Through their support of the grant program, sponsors and donors enable educators to enhance the lives of kids and their communities. In doing so, they proclaim their commitment to cultivating the next generation of engaged citizens and compassionate leaders.

Ethan Platt, CEO of American Meadows, believes that "Gardens benefit us all – from supporting personal well-being to creating positive environmental impacts that ripple across a region. We're proud that our ongoing partnership with KidsGardening helps ensure every child has an opportunity to dig in and do good through gardening".

Youth Garden Grant sponsors like American Meadows receive multiple shout-outs via email (54k) and social media (26k), as well as images and copy to share with their audiences. Find out more about sponsorship opportunities.

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