GrantsSummer's Bounty at the C. W. Henry School

Twice a year, HPS/MAG awards grants totaling $1500 to individuals, community groups, schools, and other organizations who are working to promote horticulture or a positive ecological impact. In return, the Society asks award winners to submit a brief report, with photos, upon completion of the project. Reports should be submitted to vicepresident@hardyplant.org

Click here for a list of previous grant winners.

The grant application form can be printed and mailed or completed online. The next submission deadline is July 1, 2017. If you have any questions please contact vicepresident@hardyplant.org.

Click here to print the Grant Application Form.

Click here to complete the form online.

January 2017 Grant Recipients Announced

Miquon School, 2025 Harts Lane, Conshohocken, PA  were awarded $500.00 towards a pollinator garden as part of a project to restore their creek, its banks and the ecological health of the property including replacing invasives with native plants, preventing erosion and controlling runoff all with the very active participation of the students..

C.W Henry School, 601 Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia, PA were awarded $300.00 to go towards a long term project to support an educational program for the benefit of the students and the community. This grant will specifically support garden education lessons led by a Farm Educator while providing fresh produce to students, their families and others in the community including a local shelter.

Riverbend Environmental Center, 1950 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne, PA were awarded $200.00 to help restore the Courtyard Garden, an outdoor educational area, and planting it with native plants which attract pollinators and improve wildlife biodiversity. Riverbend has many programs, mainly for children, and has many visitors. The Courtyard will greet and welcome them all. 

Stillwater Township Elementary School, 904 Stillwater Road, Stillwater NJ were award $500.00. Stillwater has been working on a schoolyard garden and greenhouse project. Not only is this project a valuable learning experience for the students but for the community which is very supportive of, and active in the effort. Horticultural, agriculture, building and maintenance of structures are all part of the program. There will  be an outdoor classroom and a vegetable garden which will be harvested and benefit over one hundred families.