Win $1000 for your school or community garden!
Applications are open for the 2022 program. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.Apply Now!
Help create a classroom of thriving students! Together with LifeEd, we’re encouraging young people to get gardening, and learn healthy habits - from the ground up!
Thanks to Yates, Healthy Harold and LifeEd are giving away $11,000 worth of grants. Schools, pre-schools and community groups are invited to apply for one of 10 garden grants valued at $1,000 each.
One winner will also have the opportunity to DOUBLE their grant and receive $2,000. Getting kids out into the garden helps to create healthy minds and healthy bodies so they can thrive.
Getting kids out into the garden helps to create healthy minds and healthy bodies so they can thrive.
Teachers, coaches and community leaders alike are encouraged to apply to create a garden space where kids can learn healthy habits and improve their physical and mental well-being.
Since 2018, through our Growing Good Gardens Grant program, schools and community groups have turned outdoor spaces into fun hands-on learning gardens that connect kids with healthy eating, encouraging physical activity and extending the classroom curriculum.
Help grow a classroom of thriving students – enter your school or community group today!
Applications close: July 15th 2022
Growing Good Gardens Grant Winners: 2021
In 2021, we had a phenomenal 743 entries nationally, representing a diverse group of schools and community groups. Yates and Life Ed we're proud to announce the lucky winners of the 2021 Growing Good Gardens Grants program! Picking the final winners was not an easy task as we were super impressed with the quality of all the entries. Whether it was a kitchen garden, garden to plate garden, or a grazing garden that focused on healthy ‘fast’ food in a sustainable way. Each of the winners received $1,000 to help transform their garden dream into a reality, and a lucky winner to win a $2,000 grant. The grants will help inspire the next generation of budding gardeners by encouraging them to get outside, get their hands dirty and make healthier choices. It has been great to see the amazing progress with these gardens since awarding the grants.