Master Gardeners of Prince William are grateful for your donations!
Here's how to donate:
Master Gardeners of Prince William (MGPW) gratefully accepts donations from Master Gardeners, their families, families and others who wish to support the many MGPW educational programs, honor present Master Gardeners, remember past Master Gardeners or other gardening friends, or otherwise support our efforts. Your kind gift will be acknowledged by MGPW and as necessary, the Virginia Tech Foundation. Your donation will be listed on this website (no dollar amounts will be shown), unless you indicate you do not wish to have your name listed. Anonymous donations are also welcome.
Donations for a specific item, program, or need at the Teaching Garden are always appreciated. A list of current needs is available below for donors preferring to donate in that manner. Before purchasing any items to be donated, please let us know what you have in mind. This will help ensure your generous donation will meet the needs of MGPW.
Donations without restrictions, which permit MGPW to fill the many needs of the Teaching Garden and other MGPW programs, are especially helpful. They allow MGPW to combine gifts, or combine with MGPW funds, to satisfy more expensive needs.
More information can be obtained by contacting MGPW (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Prince William County Unit of the Virginia Cooperative Extension (703-792-7747).
How to Donate
A monetary or in-kind donation may be made to VCE-Prince William Master Gardener Volunteers through the Virginia Tech Foundation.
Monetary donations by check only, please. Cash donations should not be sent through the USPS. Please make your check payable to VTF-VCE Prince William Master Gardener Volunteers. In the check memo please put #876109.
Please send your check to:
Virginia Cooperative Extension
8033 Ashton Avenue, Suite 105
Manassas, VA 20109
In kind donations can be made as well and if a tax deduction is desired, the Virginia Tech Foundation can acknowledge it with some additional information. Thank you!
Please contact the Extension Horticulture Help Desk with questions, 703-792-7747 email@example.com
Recent Donations (most pictured below) - thank you all!
- Trowel Garden Club - "Bird Girl" statue
- Countryside Garden Club
- Friends and family of Ed Rishell (compost area renovation, butterfly bench, and picnic table)
- Native bee boxes - Girl Scout, Moira Johnson
- Janell Bryant - rocks for rock garden
- Linda Arvin - lavender plants
- Cheryl Ayers - monetary contribution
- Ruth Johnston - plants
- Paul Gibson - "Gibson" sheep statue