A garden is a community of microorganisms, insects, animals, plants, and people.  All parties interact constantly, some more actively than others, to build that community.  We at Project Grow would like to encourage as much active support on the part of individuals like you, who share our passion for gardening and community-building.  Whether your gift is one of time and energy, financial support, or an in-kind donation, we thank you for being part of making this Project Grow! 

 Click here to make an online donation now.

Make a Monetary Donation via Check:   We will gladly accept donations via a check.  Please make it payable to "Project Grow" and mail to:

Project Grow Community Gardens
P.O. Box 130293

Ann Arbor, MI 48113

Make an In-Kind Donation: 
Project Grow also accepts new and gently used items. If you are interested in donating an item to Project Grow, please call the Project Grow office at 734-996-3169.

Some of the items needed for the upcoming growing season include:

  • Garden shears and loppers, shovels, sturdy garden rakes, and hoes 
  • Wooden stakes, short or long
  • New hoses and hose repair kits 
  • Wheelbarrows and garden carts
  • Paper goods for potlucks: paper towels, plates, cups, bowls, etc.
  • Plastic products for potlucks: forks, spoons, and knives
  • Gift certificates to stores to purchase food for volunteer events

Items on our long-term dream list:

  • Sturdy trowels
  • Garden sheds
  • Used PC laptop in excellent condition
  • Office software for PCs:: clipart programs, photoshop, business documents software
  • Lawn mowers in good working order
  • Weed-whackers in good working order

We would like to  thank the landowners who allow Project Grow gardeners to grow on their land:

  • Ann Arbor Public Schools and the principals and staff at Allen School, Clague Middle School, Lakewood School,  Mitchell School, Wines School
  • Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation
  • The City of Ann Arbor
  • City of Ann Arbor Field Operations
  • Catholic Social Services
  • Chapel Hill Condominium Association
  • Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation
  • Leslie Science and Nature Center
  • University of Michigan and the Matthaei Botanical Gardens
  • Hillside Terrace