The Committee is financed by annual contributions to the "Fertilizer Fund" from club members, club dues, and honoriums. It is supplemented by the
of "Tips for Exhibiting in Flower Shows." 100 % of the
is placed in the Fertilizer Fund and is used to support projects of non-profit organizations located within the city limits for the purpose of improving its residents'
and their environment through avenues of horticulture.
The Philadelphia Committee seeks to:
- Inspire and promote appropriate
- Assist and advise in the planning of new green areas and the beautification of public buildings
- Keep advised as to community needs in horticulture, conservation and allied fields, and to
ways in which our membership, either as individuals or groups can take active part in the solution of these problem.
under the Fertilizer Fund page for a list of this year's awards.
In celebration of the Garden Club of America's 100th anniversary, the PCGCA worked on restoring the Concourse Lake area in the Parkside neighborhood of Philadelphia. The three year project was a gift to the city of Philadelphia and included new macadam paths around the lake, amphitheater for an outdoor classroom, hundreds of
trees and shrubs
, and new plantings in the wetlands area.
under Concourse Lake page for an overview of the project.
DONATIONS TO THE FERTILIZER FUND
100% of contributions to the Fertilizer Fund go to our projects. If you would like to contribute to the Fertilizer Fund Annual Giving 2017-2018 checks should be made payable to: The Philadelphia Committee of the GCA and mailed to: Heidi Hole, 1291 Farm Road, Berwyn, PA 19312 Please include your name and address so we may thank you and mail you a receipt.
The PCGCA is an exempt organization as described in section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Official
may be obtained from the
of State by calling 1-800-732-0999.
does not imply endorsement.
2018 PCGCA Joint Meeting, Wednesday, November 7
Interested in attending? Contact Susie Leonard at 610-566-9256 email@example.com