South Whidbey Garden Club now accepting applications for nonprofit grants

  • Tuesday, November 14, 2017 2:30pm
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The South Whidbey Garden Club is seeking grant applications from nonprofit organizations for projects that better the South End.

Specifically, projects should foster or demonstrate environmental stewardship, horticultural education or community beautification.

Funds for this grant may be used as matching for larger funding proposals.

The maximum amount awarded is $500.

Proposals must be submitted by Jan. 8, 2018. For an application or details contact Sandy Eschen at sandyeschen@hotmail.com or leave a message at 425-443-5672.

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