Garden club seeks grant proposals from nonprofits

  • Wednesday, November 1, 2017 1:53pm
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The South Whidbey Garden Club is seeking grant applications from non-profit organizations for projects that better the South End.

Projects should foster or demonstrate environmental stewardship, horticultural education or community beautification, according to a recent news release. Funds for this grant may be used as matching for larger funding proposals.

The maximum amount awarded is $500.

Proposal deadline is Jan. 8. Call Sandy Eschen at 425-443-5672 and leave message or e-mail her at sandyeshen@hotmail.com for application details.

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