For almost 90 years, the Garden Club of Honolulu has funded community projects to fulfill our mission to “promote and participate in the restoration, improvement and protection of the environment through programs and action in conservation, civic improvement and education.”
In just the past 50 years we have donated funds to the community in excess of $317,000 – all from our community fund.
Projects have included gardens of all shapes and sizes: a peace garden, school gardens, a hospital healing garden, landscape gardens and prehistoric glen revitalization, a palace rose garden, aquaponics gardens, coral reefs (our underwater gardens), museum gardens, succulent gardens and a rain garden.
We have shared information and educated the public through signage, film and brochures about native plants, seed propagation and invasive species.
All projects served to fulfill our mission to “promote and participate in the restoration, improvement and protection of the environment.”
We urge you to look into your community, your organizations and special interest groups for needs and worthy project ideas.
The deadline for Community Projects application is February 20, 2020
For more information contact: Tanya Alston