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CIVIC DEVELOPMENT & HISTORIC PRESERVATION GRANTS

THE PURPOSE OF GCFM GRANTS 

is to encourage Member Clubs to pursue community improvements and historic preservation projects.  Grants can be applied to new - or a new phase - of an ongoing, permanent planting project.

For full details read the AWARD INFORMATION

DEADLINE IS JULY 1

Civic Development Grants are for new or ongoing projects that garden clubs will help maintain.  Examples of appropriate projects include (but are not limited to):

  • Municipal planting projects

  • Landscaping at schools and libraries

  • Planting at trails or nature preserves

Historic Landscape Preservation Grants are given for new or ongoing projects designed to preserve the past in the context of the present.  Examples of appropriate projects include (but are not limited to):

  • Restoration of landscaping at a historic site

  • Creation of an authentic historical garden

  • A landscape project associated with an historic property

For questions, contact Leslie Frost:

978-475-8400

Email:  frostandover@verizon.net

For full details of how to apply for grants and all the rules that apply, please read the

"AWARD INFORMATION".

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HOW TO APPLY FOR A GRANT

GRANT RECIPIENTS

2023 / 2024

Sandra M. Joyce Grant

Haverhill Garden Club

GCFM Grant

Cohasset Garden Club

Fox Hill Garden Club

Falmouth Garden Club

FINAL REPORT DUE IN OCTOBER

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

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GRANT RECIPIENTS

2022 / 2023

SEE GALLERY BELOW

Sandra M. Joyce Grant

Groton Garden Club

GCFM Civic Development

& Historical Landscape

Grants

Acton Garden Club

Medway Garden Club

Hopkinton Garden Club

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Community Garden
Awarded Projects
Grant Gallery

GALLERY ◽️◽️◽️◽️◽️◽️◽️◽️

Sandra M. Joyce Grant Winner - Groton members hard at work

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