2019-20 Gro More Garden Grant Winners

The Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation and the National Head Start Association congratulate the 10 Head Start programs across the United States who were awarded the 2019-2020 GroMoreGood garden grants:

BRAD Child Development Programs
Head Start and Early Head Start – Pocahontas, Arkansas

Child, Inc.
Head Start, Early Head Start, and EHS/Child Care Partnership – Austin, Texas

NCBC Human Services Corporation—Kids Care Academy
Head Start and Early Head Start – Columbus, Ohio

Chicago Commons Association
Head Start, Early Head Start, and EHS/Child Care Partnership – Chicago, Illinois

Community Action Partnership of North Alabama, Inc. 
Head Start, Early Head Start, and EHS/Child Care Partnership – Decatur, Alabama

Nueces County Community Action Agency 
Head Start and Early Head Start – Corpus Christi, Texas

Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. 
Head Start, Early Head Start, EHS/Child Care Partnership, and Migrant Seasonal – Phoenix, Arizona

Community Action Program of Evansville
Head Start and Early Head Start – Evansville, Indiana

St. Mary Community Action Agency
Head Start – Franklin, Louisiana

Douglass Community Services 
EHS/Child Care Partnership – Hannibal, Missouri

The grants are part of Gro-More Gardens initiative. Review winners from 2021, 2020, and 2019 and watch the webinar series.

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