Sponsors & Partnerships
The New York Botanical Garden would like to thank the individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies who generously support Bronx Green-Up.
July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013:
Maurice Amado Foundation
Anderson-Rogers Foundation, Inc.
Lily Auchincloss Foundation
The City Gardens Club of New York City
Clif Bar Family Foundation
The Indian Point Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Janeway
Diane Katzin and Richard Kurnit
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton F. Kean
Sidney and Judith Kranes Charitable Trust
Lemberg Foundation, Inc.
The New York Community Trust
The New York Community Trust—Richard and Mildred T. Rhodebeck Fund
Newman's Own Foundation
Margaret and Andy Paul
Dr. Robert C. and Tina Sohn Foundation
Bronx Green-Up Partnerships
Bronx Land Trust
The Bronx Land Trust, a nonprofit organization established by gardeners to support and sustain community gardening, manages 16 gardens in the Bronx. In addition to providing services to these gardens, Bronx Green-Up has partnered in major garden redesign projects for these gardens.
Bronx Green-Up is a partner of the Butterfly Project, a grassroots, volunteer-led organization of people from around New York City with a common goal—to encourage and assist in the planting of native plants in gardens and other public areas in order to create and strengthen habitat for native pollinators.
GreenThumb, the community gardening program of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, provides materials, technical assistance, and educational workshops. Bronx Green-Up partners with GreenThumb in leading several workshops a year, while GreenThumb provides important material resources to registered community and school gardeners.
International Rescue Committee
Bronx Green-Up is partnering with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to build the New Roots Community Farm. The IRC responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. At work in more than 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities to restore safety, dignity and hope, the IRC leads the way from harm to home.
The City Farms Program trains, connects, and empowers New York City community gardeners to spread knowledge about growing, selling, and giving away food in their neighborhoods. Bronx Green-Up and Just Food partner to conduct educational workshops and demonstrations about growing and eating healthy fruits and vegetables in the communities where gardens are located. In 2013 Bronx Green-Up is collaborating with Just Food to offer the Grow More Vegetables course in Manhattan.
Queens Botanical Garden
Queens Botanical Garden is an urban oasis where people, plants, and cultures are celebrated through inspiring gardens, innovative educational programs, and demonstrations of environmental stewardship. In 2013 Bronx Green-Up is collaborating with Queens Botanical Garden to offer the Grow More Vegetables course in Queens.
Sustainable South Bronx—BEST Eco Academy
BEST Eco Academy trains participants for jobs in horticulture, landscape contracting, and bioremediation. Bronx Green-Up and Sustainable South Bronx partner to improve the green spaces in Bronx neighborhoods. Bronx Green-Up leads horticulture workshops for BEST participants, and, in turn, BEST trainees provide invaluable volunteer assistance in Bronx community gardens.