2017 grant applications

We are pleased to announce the following organizations are recipients of the Project Orange Thumb 2017 grant program!

United States
• Hot Springs Lions Club Foundation, Hot Springs, AR
• Orange County Coastkeeper, Orange, CA
• FRESH, New London, CT
• Cole Preston Foundation, Lake Worth, FL
• Promote Fox Lake, Fox Lake, IL
• Keys to Hope Resource Center, Michigan City, IN
• Charles E. Lakin Human Services Campus, Council Bluffs, IA
• Safe Harbor of North East Kentucky, Ashland, KY
• Southwest Partnership, Baltimore, MD
• Land’s Sake, Weston, MA
• Micah 6 Community, Pontiac, MI
• St. Paul City School, St. Paul, MN
• Madison Countian Allied Against Poverty, Canton, MS
• Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful, Reno, NV
• Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains, Albuquerque, NM
• PS 48, Staten Island, NY
• Carter G. Woodson School, Winston-Salem, NC
• Weavers Tale Retreat Center, Inc., Portland, OR
• Tioga United, Philadelphia, PA
• The Compass School, Kingston, RI
• Knoxville Garden and Arboretum, Knoxville, TN
• Nelson Middle School PTA, Frisco, TX
• Alleycat Acres, Seattle, WA
• John Muir School Garden, Madison, WI
• Feeding Laramie Valley, Laramie, WY

• Abbotsford Community Services, Abbotsford, BC
• Highland Park Recreations Association, Victoria, BC
• Regina District Food Bank, Regina, SK
• Rare Charitable Research Reserve, Cambridge, ON
• Dakota Collegiate, Winnipeg, MB

Email orangethumb@fiskars.com.

About Project Orange Thumb

Project Orange Thumb is a community garden grant program that provides tools and resources to help communities reach their goals for collaboration, neighborhood beautification, and healthy, sustainable food sources. Fiskars has provided over $1.6 million to more than 210 community groups since the program started in 2002. The application is open to non-profit organizations in North America late in the year and grant recipients are announced in spring of the following year.