Newark Grows School Garden Mini-Grant
This mini-grant program is supported through The Nourishing Newark Community Grants Program, a local funding opportunity developed to convene multiple sectors (non-profits, schools, urban farmers, community gardeners, and others) to work collectively and pool resources to more effectively fight food insecurity in our community.
Through this mini-grant program, Greater Newark Conservancy will award Newark public or charter schools between $500-$1,500 to go towards starting or enhancing a school garden / outdoor learning classroom.
Greater Newark Conservancy fosters collaboration in our community at the intersection of environmental, food, and racial justice to promote the health and well being of Newark residents. Our programs work to reverse the long history of systemic racism to improve social determinants of health by expanding access to green spaces, nutritious food, wellness education, and youth development.
-Newark PreK-12 Public and Charter Schools
-Must be for a school garden or outdoor learning classroom project
-Only one application per school will be accepted. Multiple applications will be disqualified.
Funding available: Multiple grants of up to $1,500. Total of $10,000 to be awarded.
-The deadline to submit this application is JANUARY 23, 2023 at 11:59pm
Awards will be announced JANUARY 2023.
School Garden and Grant Workshops:
November 15th 4:00-5:30pm
December 8th 6:00-7:00pm (REGISTER HERE)
All grant recipients are required to attend a virtual grant orientation in Spring 2023. Program updates and final report will be required.
Questions? Please reach out to our Director of Youth & Family Education, Sarah O'Leary, at firstname.lastname@example.org