Make a Donation

As a nonprofit organization, donations are what keep us running! And don’t think that donations have to be monetary either. We accept donations of many other items and services as well! If you have an idea of something we might benefit from, send us an email at info@garnergrows.com.

EIN Number for Tax Deductions: 217-2170085


Donate Money – If you want to make a direct monetary donation, the easiest way is through PayPal using one of the methods below:

Website Link:
Using this link, you can donate using your personal PayPal account, or donate with a credit card even if you don’t have a PayPal account!
QR Code:
You must use your PayPal account to pay using the QR Scan Code below, but it will save us money in fees, so if you can, we appreciate it!

Because we are a registered nonprofit, your donation is tax deductible! If you would rather not use PayPal, just contact us at info@garnergrows.com to make other arrangements! If you make a donation large enough to cover a new tree or a new raised bed, then we will display a plaque with your name (or company name) on the tree or bed! For current market price of these items, see our Sponsorship Page.

Donate a Service – If you can provide a service that might benefit our garden, we would love to have you donate that service. Maybe you own some large equipment that you would be willing to bring to our garden and use. After Covid, we find ourselves without an accountant, so accounting services would definitely be welcome for tax season. Use your imagination, we are open to suggestions!

Donate Material Goods – This is where things get surprisingly creative! As they say, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and there are many times we may want something you no longer want! We have landscaping companies that donate mulched wood to our garden; to us its useful, to them it is just an added expense to pay for disposal at the Yard Waste Center, so both parties win! Produce companies, restaurants and grocery stores can donate what they consider “trash”, such as coffee grounds, or produce that is past it’s prime, and it can be useful to us as compost! Even individuals might have old gardening tools that they are getting rid of and we are happy to take them off your hands!