Bricks along the Garden Path
Commemorative Bricks are available to honor an individual, a club, or an event. Bricks are placed along one of the garden paths at headquarters. Bricks are 8" x 4" and can be ordered below with a donation of $50.00 each. Each brick may be engraved with up to 3 lines of text (13 characters per line inluding spaces). Please fill out the Donation Form at the bottom of this page. Questions? Contact our Brick Paths Chairman Joanne Mulinare.
Color our Garden and The President's Garden
Donations to the Color our Garden Fund contribute to the upkeep of headquarters grounds, particularly the front entrance jasmine and rose garden. The President's Garden is located on the south side of the property. Please contact Grounds Chairman Susan Mello for additional information. Your donation can be conveniently made online by using the form at the bottom of this page. Thank you.
Coral Reef Restoration
Donations help reverse the endangered status of the elkhorn and staghorn coral in Key Largo, Florida
Labels for Education
Click here to find out how to save food container labels which can be redeemed for much needed youth camp supplies.
To contribute directly to the operating funds, please contact our Treasurer, Jana Walling.
Since launching a partnership with the U.S. Forest Service in 2004, National Garden Clubs Inc. (NGC) and its various affiliates across the country have collected well over $100,000 on the local and state level for the U.S. Forest Service's well-known Penny Pines program, which is dedicated to replanting damaged forested areas. These funds have benefitted 80 national forests in 42 states.
NGC requests that donations be made in multiples of $68. This was the cost of planting 10 acres when the Penny Pines program was first started in California in 1941 as a statewide conservation program, and has been retained as a minimum donation through the years.
Please contact Carolyn Schaag to learn more about planned giving.
Scholarship Endowment Fund
This fund was established during the 1989-91 administration for the purpose of awarding annual scholarships to qualified college students. Donations are tax deductible. Donations of $100 or more are acknowledged in The Florida Gardener magazine and the donor is honored with a certificate at the district meeting. Donations of $1000 or more are acknowledged at the state convention. Contributors of $20,000 or more will have a scholarship named in their honor.
Wekiva Youth Camp
Camper fees paid to Wekiva Youth Camp in no way cover the expenses of offering this environmental education program for our youth. Donations to support camp programs, supplies and projects (payable to FFGC – Wekiva Youth Camp) can be mailed to the Wekiva Treasurer or made online below. If a donation is for a specific purpose, please indicate so when sending your donation. A Wish List of current needs is available on the Wekiva Youth Camp website. Donations for UNDESIGNATED Camperships are to be sent to the Wekiva Treasurer.
FFGC 100th Anniversary Celebration!!
We were soliciting funds to support all of the myriad planned celebration functions. Here are some of the planned events, products and ideas that your 100th anniversary committee have come up with that will need funding prior to the events in 2023 and 2024: The 100 -year History of FFGC Book, Commemorative Statue at Headquarters, Birthday Reception and Dinner, FFGC Commemorative Ornament and Member’s Pin, FFGC Birthday Parties, Commemorative Centennial Quilt, Anniversary Art Show, Arbor Day Celebration, 2024 Convention Subsidies, Recognition of our 100-year old members, Recognition of the 4 original Garden Clubs, and Commemorative t-shirts and hats.
Please consider giving a donation in the coming garden club year so plans can go forward with all the things that need to be done ahead of time and made ready for the 2023 convention kickoff!! We thank you in advance for your generosity and support.