For over 15 years, Unity Gardens has been providing grants to help strengthen and green communities across Anne Arundel County thanks to the generous support of foundations, local businesses and individuals, including a board of dedicated volunteers. Your support is needed now more than ever, so please consider helping in one (or more!) of the ways below. Thank you!
Shop Online! Amazon Smile is an easy way to do your online shopping and for every purchase you make, Amazon will make a donation to Unity Gardens at no extra cost to you! Visit https://smile.amazon.com , sign in and simply designate Unity Gardens as your charity!
Sponsor! Unity Gardens depends on sponsors to help us host our popular annual fundraising lectures, featuring renowned authors and environmental professionals and 150+ attendees each spring. All proceeds from these events directly fund grants for community greening projects being implemented by non-profits in Anne Arundel County. We need local businesses to purchase event flyer ads, be event sponsors, donate silent auction items, even sponsor a special grant. Learn more on our Partners & Sponsors page!
Visit Local Businesses! Visit our Great Businesses page to see local businesses who have offered donations and sponsorships, and try to visit them yourself! Do you know of a business who may be interested in supporting Unity Gardens? Let us know!
Volunteer! Do you have a little free time and some skills to share? We could use help posting on Facebook and our website, seeking event sponsors and donations, finding foundation/grant funding, publicizing Unity Gardens and more. Contact us if you are interested in helping out!
Please Donate! Every dollar we receive from our community is needed now more than ever to keep us going. Please send your donation today, and together we will keep Anne Arundel County green and beautiful. You can mail a check to the address on our Contact us page or donate safely online using the DONATE button below. We are extremely grateful for your support – every dollar goes directly into community grants.