2020-21 Gro More Garden Grant Winners

The Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation and the National Head Start Association congratulate the 18 Head Start programs across the United States who were awarded the 2020-2021 GroMoreGood garden grants:

Bi-County Community Action Program
Head Start, Early Head Start – Bemidji, MN

Bolivar County Community Action Agency
Head Start, Early Head Start – Cleveland, MS

Branch Independent School District
Head Start, Early Head Start – Coldwater, MI

Brazoria County Head Start Early Learning Schools, Inc.
Head Start, Early Head Start – Angleton, TX

Scioto Community Action Organization
Head Start, Early Head Start – Portsmouth, OH

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Denver at Mariposa
Head Start, Early Head Start – Denver, CO

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services/Msgr. Andrew Landi Early Childhood Development Center
Head Start – Long Island City, NY

CCS Early Learning
Head Start, Early Head Start – Wasilla, AK

El Grito Head Start
Head Start – Silver City, NM

Western Idaho Community Action Partnerships – Marsing Head Start
Head Start, Early Head Start, Early Head Start CCP – Marsing, ID

Murray Independent School District Head Start
Head Start, Early Head Start – Murray, KY

Northern Arizona Council of Governments
Head Start, Early Head Start – Flagstaff, AZ

Portland Public Schools Head Start
Head Start – Portland, OR

Southern Kennebec Child Development Corporation
Head Start, Early Head Start, Early Head Start CCP – Farmingdale, ME

Sunbeam Family Services
Early Head Start, Early Head Start CCP – Oklahoma City, OK

The Enola Group
Early Head Start – Morganton, NC

Trabajamos Community Head Start, Inc.
Head Start – Bronx, NY

Youth and Family Services Inc
Head Start, Early Head Start, Early Head Start CCP – Rapid City, SD

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

About NHSA

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