School Garden Grants

Annie's Homegrown, Inc.

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Grant amount: US $3,000 - US $5,000

Deadline: Nov 1, 2019 3:00pm PDT

Applicant type: Elementary / Secondary School School District

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Applied Project / Program

Location of project: United States

Location of residency: United States

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We believe that showing future generations how sustainable food is grown changes their lives. When you eat Annie’s, you support food education and make healthy gardens accessible to hundreds of students across the country. Connecting kids to gardens helps them to start thinking more holistically about their food, their communities, and the planet. We’ve seen firsthand how that exciting and inspiring that is for them.

Nearly 30 years later, Annie’s values still serve as the foundation for everything we do. The journey to become a socially conscious and successful business has no end point, and even though we’re proud of how far we’ve come, year after year we continue to push ourselves to do better. Hop over to our timeline to learn more. Annie Withey believed that it is possible to build a socially conscious and successful business.

This was her goal when she started making delicious Mac & Cheese and selling it from her car trunk when she co-founded the company back in 1989.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • The following types of organizations are eligible to apply:
    • Public schools
    • Public charter schools
    • Private schools with 501c3 non-profit status
    • Private charter schools 501c3 non-profit status (US)
    • 501c3 or charity non-profit organizations supporting a garden at a public or a non-profit private school
    • School districts supporting a garden at a public or a non-profit private school
    • Homeschools with 501c3 or charity status
  • The school garden must be an edible school garden (growing fruits, vegetables, herbs, grains, etc) and be located in the US.
  • Schools can purchase any equipment appropriate for the garden with the grant funds, such as plants, seeds, raised beds, fencing, wheelbarrows, greenhouses, and drip irrigation systems.


  • School garden grants will not be made to individuals, families, and community groups that do not meet these requirements.