MAKE A DONATION
The GCNJ and NGC offers the “Natural Disasters Fund” as a vehicle by which your local garden club can send monies to help in the recovery of areas hit hard by a natural disaster. The devastating Superstorm Sandy in October of 2012 demonstrated the need for funds to help restore shorelines, parks, and public areas by many communities. By “Passing the Jar” at your garden club meeting, your members can participate in this effort to help revive the public areas of our Garden State to their former beauty.
Your donation checks should be made out to GCNJ with Natural Disasters Fund on the memo line. Send to Natural Disasters chair address.
APPLY FOR ASSISTANCE
A garden club or clubs may apply for funds to help replant, restore and beautify a public area(s) that has been damaged or destroyed by a natural disaster such as hurricanes, tornadoes, ice storms, floods, fires, etc. The restoration project is to be sponsored and carried out by your club members. The maximum a club may receive from GCNJ from GCNJ is $500 per disaster.