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For over 35 years, the Evening Garden Club has supported the expansion of gardening, education and beautification in the Corvallis community through its Grants Program. Local nonprofit organizations in Benton County are awarded these grants to reach their gardening goals.
Application for Request for Funds
The Evening Garden Club of Corvallis accepts requests for grants from September 1st until November 30 from Non-Profit Organizations for garden projects or garden related materials and activities that benefit the Benton County community.
Funds are available to non-profit groups only. Tax Exempt Status Number/Tax ID Number is required.
The project must benefit the Benton County Community.
The organization must follow up with brief written documentation and pictures as to how the grant was spent in order to be considered for future grant requests.
Grant requests cannot exceed $500. Each year, based on the number of applications received, some of the requests may only be partially funded.
Deadline for receipt of the EGC Grant Application shall be: November 30, 2017.
Applications are to be mailed to: Evening Garden Club, P.O. Box 315, Corvallis, OR 97339-0315
Awards will be announced by February 15, 2018. Checks will not be made out to personal accounts.
All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application.
PLEASE FILL OUT A COMPLETE GRANT APPLICATION FOR YOUR REQUEST TO BE CONSIDERED.
Click HERE to download a copy of the Grant Application
Please print out, complete form and mail to:
Evening Garden Club, P.O. Box 315, Corvallis, OR 97339-0315
If you have any questions please contact: grants@corvalliseveninggardenc
Proceeds from the Annual Plant Sale are used to fund a horticultural scholarship in partnership with The Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. The Claire Hanley Scholarships are awarded each year to an Oregon resident sophomore or upper-division student at Oregon State University majoring in production or landscape horticulture. It is awarded based on excellence in scholarship, personal qualifications and financial need. This scholarship was awarded by our club for the first time in 2011.