Funding shortfall may prevent Granny's garden program from opening this spring
Growing the Future by Teaching
Children in the Gardens
Funding shortfall may prevent the garden program from opening this spring.
We are asking the community to please step up and help us fill the funding gap that was created when our dear friend and major benefactor, Bonnie Mitsui, passed away.
While we are diligently pursuing sustainable funding sources, we are asking your assistance to ensure this year's growing season gets underway. Please help by making a personal investment in Granny's Garden School and the children who benefit from our programs.
Granny's Garden School is about education with curriculum-related (aligned with state standards) lessons in science, math, and social studies outdoors. We're about hands-on, real world experiences as another context for student learning. We're about making healthy choices by eating fresh garden foods and engaging in outside activities.
Granny's Garden School is an independent nonprofit organization which is not funded by the school district. All of the coordinators, learning materials and supplies are provided by Granny's Garden School.
We are eternally grateful for our benefactor's generous donations which were instrumental in making it possible for the garden program to grow into what it is today. With your support the school garden program will begin as planned March 10 and we will continue the tradition of "Growing the future by teaching children in the gardens."
Other ways you can help.
Send a check to 20 Miamiview Drive, Loveland, OH 45140