GROWING ROOTS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
The GRIN grant is an annual $1,000 fund awarded to one or more approved project applicants.
GRIN GRANT 2021
APPLICATION DEADLINE MAY 1, 2021
Successful projects will promote the engagement of Regina citizens in gardening through education for the enhancement of their local environment and their quality of life. Projects must be located within Regina. They must be started in the spring of the calendar year.
GRIN Grant Applicants that are eligible for funding are community-based individual or organizational projects including partnerships, schools, service co-ops, community associations, etc. that have not recently received the RHS GRIN Grant.
GRIN GRANT 2020
Autism Resource Centre
The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is a non-profit organization that aims to meet the evolving needs of young people with autism. It is our goal to help empower those on the autism spectrum so they can realize their potential, achieve independence and fully engage with their community.
Grow with ARC Garden
GRIN GRANT 2019
Regina Sexual Assault Centre
A local centre for survivors of sexual violence, an inclusive non-profit organization of trained counsellors and advocates who are dedicated to helping reduce the trauma of sexual violence.
Sprouting Resilience Project
GRIN GRANT 2018
Regina Early Learning Centre
RELC’s “Let’s Grow Together!” community project educated 100 pre-schoolers and their families on growing, harvesting, and eating their own locally grown food. Elder Norma Gene Byrd taught cultural gardening traditions for the project.
Let’s Grow Together
GRIN GRANT 2017
Al Ritchie Community Centre
Planter boxes at the Al Ritchie Community Centre at 2250 Lindsay Street and a community garden in Crescent Park.