Learning Garden Grants
School gardens are outdoor classrooms that encourage young learners to eat fruits and vegetables. School gardens also increase the appreciation for the environment. They also help build life-long social skills and teach responsibility, communication, teamwork, ownership, and leadership.
Increasing children’s knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to choose, grow, prepare and enjoy healthy food to support one’s health, community and the environment is important to future generations.
We will open applications for learning garden grants four times a year (December, March, July, and September)
Visit Project Pizza’s website
Fill out application
Board reviews application
Awardees are picked and notified
The awardees of the grant will receive a
pizza party thrown by Project Pizza!
Applicants must work with or in a Public school or non-profit educational facility.
The school or facility must be in Larimer, Weld, Boulder, or the Denver Metro area.
Provide pictures of the garden within a year from receiving the grant.
The grant can be used for indoor or outdoor gardens.
Creativity and innovation are encouraged.
WHY WE DO IT
Why shouldn’t we do it?
We believe that it is important to invest in the future with more than money, but in lifelong skills that will help future generations thrive.
Download the Grant Application Below
email completed grant application to firstname.lastname@example.org