For over sixty years Naples Garden Club has conducted a House and Garden Tour of outstanding homes and gardens to raise money to support the Club’s mission and make a measurable impact on the greater Naples’ community.
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Applications may be submitted electronically from October 1 until December 15.
At its April 7, 2014, meeting, Naples Garden Club announced $58,000 in grants to Naples area nonprofit organizations. The following grants were made: $20,000 to Florida Gulf Coast University Foundation, the final payment in support of the $100,000 Naples Garden Club Endowment to provide financial assistance to selected students who conduct research in plant science at the FGCU/Naples Botanical Garden Kapnick Education and Research Center. $10,000 to Conservancy of Southwest Florida, to landscape a pedestrian … Continue reading →
Naples Garden Club is pleased to announce its 2013 Fellowship and Community Grant recipients, all funded by its annual House and Garden Tour. Naples Garden Club is celebrating its 60th year of nurturing, growing and contributing to its community. Conservancy of Southwest Florida was awarded $15,000 for interpretive signage for its Hammock Trail. Grace Place was awarded $1,830 for the improvement of its Children’s Garden for STEM education. Naples Botanical Garden was awarded $15,000 for … Continue reading →
Dear Sponsor of the Naples Garden Club Fellowship Endowed Fund, My name is Emily Rose Marlene Maya and I am the recipient of your very generous scholarship. This award will not only help me and my family with the financial requirements of my education but it also provides an amazing opportunity for me to expand my skills through working alongside the very intelligent staff of the Everglades Wetland Research Park. As an undergraduate Environmental Studies … Continue reading →
The Naples Garden Club Endowment annually awards financial assistance to selected FGCU students conducting research in plant sciences at the Kapnick Education and Research Center. This endowed fellowship continues the Garden Club’s decades-long practice of awarding scholarships to benefit the community. Sondra Quinn announced this years recipients, Angelica Harkoo (above) and Kelly Ussia, Environmental Studies undergraduates and student interns. Also in attendance was Dr. Bill Mitsch, Director of the Everglades Wetland Research Park. Angelica’s and … Continue reading →