COMING SOON

Thank you for your interest in The Seeds of Change Grant Program.
The program officially begins on Monday, Mar 01, 2017, so please check back soon to enter.
We look forward to receiving your submission and the opportunity to help your garden grow.

Be Inspired By
These Past Recipients

We’re proud that our grants have helped communities across the country. Looking for inspiration for your sustainable garden or farm project? You’ve come to the right place! Look at all we've done through the end of 2014...

69

grants awarded
 
 

$900,000+

provided to help gardens
 

90 TONS

of produce grown by our grant recipients

35,000+

people benefitted
 
 

Did You Know...?

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT OUR GRANT RECIPIENTS

Many of our grant recipients across the country donate the produce they grow to local food pantries. The Seed2Need program alone donated 70,000 lbs. in 2015
SustainAbility Services, Inc. is doing its part to improve lives: "Our farmers are adults who would have been sidelined and unemployed if not for farming."
The Cathay Gardens of Possibilities in Louisiana is turning students into salad lovers: "Often they remark that they never liked salad before eating it straight from the garden."

See How These Recipients
Are Using Their Grants

to plant gardens and make a positive impact

Hunters Point Family, Girls 2000

San Francisco, California

  • Garden remodelling project consists of several projects that will culminate into the total upgrade from a community garden into a full-service urban farm and living classroom laboratory
  • The composting system has been redesigned
  • Planter boxes as being reconstructed
  • Tool shed is being re-outfitted and new tools being purchased
  • Upgrade from a community garden into a full-service urban farm and living classroom laboratory
  • New/redesigned composting system planter boxes & tool shed

Amanda Arnold Elementary

Manhattan, Kansas

  • Water hydrant installed with its own water meter
  • 35 students preparing beds and soil for planting
  • First-grade class has planted soybeans (see photo)
  • Community volunteers working with childcare students after school
  • Students preparing beds and soil and planting soybeans
  • Community volunteers working with childcare students

Chamblee Middle School

Chamblee, Georgia

  • Seventh-grade science classes conducting experiments in three different beds to compare fertilizers
  • Herb beds planted with basil, cilantro, dill, sage, thyme, and other herbs
  • Holding a community-wide Healthy Lifestyle Fair and tours of the garden
  • Seventh-grade science classes conducting experiments to compare fertilizers
  • a community-wide Healthy Lifestyle Fair and garden tours

Cypress High School

Cypress, California

  • Garden area cleared of debris and fence installed
  • Teacher committee meeting to discuss garden plans
  • Met with a landscape consultant to help with planning
  • Special Needs Class visited the Farm & Food Lab at the county park
  • School newspaper writing articles about our garden project
  • Garden area cleared of debris and fence installed
  • Met with a landscape consultant to help with planning

Paul Ecke Central School

Encinitas, California

  • Students observing the many changes gardens bring to daily life
  • Developed a Seed to Salad Bar project that offers students chocolate bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, and a variety of squashes
  • Planted 16 garden beds throughout our campus
  • Opportunities for in-classroom cooking and tasting excites
  • Students observing the many changes gardens bring to daily life
  • Developed a Seed to Salad Bar project

At Seeds of Change™, everything we do and make has the future of our world in mind.
We’re committed to preserving biodiversity and promoting sustainable organic agricultural practices. That’s why we contribute 1% of our net sales to sustainable organic farming initiatives worldwide. Join us and learn more about our 1% Fund at www.seedsofchangefoods.com.