Scotts® Grant Program
We are committed to supporting green space solutions that improve communities throughout Canada and help our youth and communities enjoy the benefits of gardening; benefits, such as, encouraging healthy eating habits while learning how to grow your own food and the health benefits that come from being outdoors and interacting with nature and other members of the community.
Did you know:
Each year, Scotts Canada awards grants to deserving communities, schools and non-profit civic organizations seeking to develop sustainable gardens and green spaces.
- 10,673 kg of Harvest Vegetables
- 567 Trees & Shrubs planted
- 41,178 m2 Gardens and greenspaces created
- 15,998 hours of volunteer involvement (including Construction & Maintenance)
- 5,871 kg Donation to Food Banks
For any questions related to the grant application or grant process, please email: [email protected]
Additional Grant Opportunities
Each recipient of a grant will also have the opportunity to compete for one additional grant of $2,500 in cash that will be awarded based on a social media contest hosted by Scotts Canada.
Scotts Canada Ltd. is pleased to continue its partnerships with Communities in Bloom, Plant · Grow · Share a Row, and Nutrients for Life, to inspire and educate people about the importance of green spaces, environmental stewardship and feeding our communities through the development of community gardens.
"The Scotts Gro for good program has helped us expand our garden and provide a greater area for our participants to learn skills and build confidence, to feel socially connected and learn about food sustainability in an accessible therapeutic environment. Thank you Scotts!"
2023 Grant Recipients
- Groundswell Network Society, Invermere, BC
- NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre, Winnipeg, MB
- Elmastukwek First Nation, Benoit's Cove, NL
- Thorold Community Activities Group, Thorold, ON
- Al Ritchie Community Association Inc., Regina, SK
2023 Video Contest Winner
Congratulations to the Al Ritchie Community Association Inc. of Regina, Saskatchewan for winning an additional grant of $2500!