For over sixty years Naples Garden Club has conducted a House and Garden Tour to raise money to support the Club’s mission and make a measurable impact on the greater Naples’ community.
This year, our Board of Directors has voted to use our grant money to help Naples Botanical Garden rebuild their gardens following Hurricane Irma.
Please visit our website in October 2018 for an update on our 2019 Grant Program.
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 →
Published December 15, 2011 We recently received this heartfelt letter from our Endowed Fellowship recipient, Heidi Stacy. She is so thankful for our support and is close to graduation because of our help. In her letter she states: “…I think it is great that folks and organizations like you find it worthwhile to make a contribution to another person’s success, it is very admirable. It is my personal philosophy that things like this help to … Continue reading →
Published June 30, 2011 Kimberly Pierce, a graduate student at FGCU and the first recipient of our Naples Garden Club Endowed Fellowship at FGCU, gave an outline of her research at our April meeting. Kimberly is studying in the Department of Marine and Ecological Sciences, concentrating in Coastal Ecology and Geomorphology. She was very enthusiastic about her project to develop a science and technology-based lesson plan for undergraduate non-science majors. It will incorporate native plant … Continue reading →