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Thursday, September 13, 2018

Whole Kids Foundation Garden and Bee Grant Programs

Deadline: Oct 15, 2018

Whole Kids Foundation offers a Garden Grant Program and a Bee Grant Program to support edible educational gardens and bee hives located at a school or non-profit organization.

The Garden Grant program, created in partnership with FoodCorps, provides a $2,000 monetary grant to support a new or existing edible garden at either a public, private (501c3), or charter (501c3) K-12 school, a 501(c)(3) non-profit working in partnership with a K-12 school, or a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. You do not need to be located in a community with a Whole Foods Market in order apply, but must be within the United States or Canada.

Each grant applicant is required to partner with a local organization or business from the community that will help to bring long-term sustainability to the initiative, such as a non-profit, a local farm, a hardware or garden store, a garden club, a restaurant, or a Whole Foods store.

The Bee Grant program, in partnership with The Bee Cause Project.allows for a K-12 school or non-profit organization to receive support for an educational bee hive. There are four grant options:

1. Monetary grant of $1,500 to support the success of a bee hive educational program.
2. Observation hive: equipment grant of a custom made indoor observation hive from The Bee Cause Project and $300 grant.
3. Traditional Langstroth Hive: equipment grant an outdoor hive with Starter Kit and $300 grant.
4. Top Bar hive: equipment grant of an outdoor top bar hive with Starter Kit and $300 grant.
Bee Grant recipients also receive remote consultation and assistance with Beekeeper partnership from The Bee Cause Project.

For more information on each grant option, visit

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