American Heart Association The American Heart Association has a “Teaching Gardens” program for grades one through five. Eligible schools receive materials for planting day — including garden beds, soil, seedlings and plants — along with cooking demonstrations, lesson plans, and a Teaching Garden Toolkit.
Annie’s Grants for Gardens At least 75 students must be actively involved in garden projects receiving grants. Applications open in spring and fall of each year.
Healthy Planet Healthy Planet US has a goal to see a garden in every American school. They offer a variety of programs for schools across the United States looking to add or expand edible gardens.
Big Green Big green offers support for low income schools to start or expand a teaching garden. A list of eligible districts is available on their website.
Budding Botanist Each grant recipient will receive a package of tools and educational materials valued at $500 along with a check for $2,500 to spend on the materials needed to install a new or expand an existing school garden.
Food Corps Food Corps delivers garden education programs in high-need schools. They help connect children with healthier foods in schools so they can reach their full potential.
KidsGardening KidsGardening is a leading resource for garden-based educators across the country. They maintain an extensive list of funding programs for school gardens.